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USD 115 board approves addition, greenhouse
09/13/2018

(KMZA)--Nemaha Central USD 115 will move forward with the construction of a four-classroom addition connecting the district’s two schools and a greenhouse for the FFA/Vo-Ag progam.

The Board of Education gave their approval Wednesday evening.

That came after Eric Stallbaumer with Bern-based AHRS Construction, which is providing construction management services, reviewed bids received for the classroom addition along with four alternate projects—including the greenhouse.

The total cost for the classroom addition will be $1.7 million.

The greenhouse will cost $238,202.

The Board plans to pay for the projects with existing funding through the district’s capital outlay and contingency reserve funds.

Superintendent Darrel Kohlman said just over $100,000 in donations and pledges has been raised so far for the greenhouse project.

Construction is to start immediately, with completion before the start of the 2019-20 school year.

 

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