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SGCS putting finishing touches on project

December 27, 2013

Smith-Green Community Schools is in the final phases of its construction project. Among the improvements is the cafeteria, which was recently visited by Rep. David Ober (left), with Business Manager Todd Fleetwood and Superintendent Galen Mast. Brett Myers/Post & Mail photo.

CHURUBUSCO — A multi-step construction project for Smith-Green Community Schools (SGCS) is nearing its end.

Business Manager Todd Fleetwood said in November the endeavor was “98 to 99 percent complete.”

Fleetwood said more than 50 percent of the $4,775,100 project was dedicated to energy efficiency.

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