by Doug Hanson
At a work session on Monday evening, the GFW School Board heard the latest update on the condition of its facilities. It was a full house with the five directors (Chairman Mike Kuehn had a previous engagement), three administrators, eight cabinet members and four experts from the Twin Cities. There were also 14 people in the audience.
Superintendent Jeff Horton first gave a Capital Improvement Plan by reviewing the history of the school, followed by the current conditions of the facilities Horton stated that the District receives $270,000 in Long Term Facility Maintenance (LTFM) from the State and that repairs would be over $30 million.
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