MCC discusses future roof improvements, medical response team
SCOTTVILLE — Mason County Central High School could get a new roof following a post-installation report from Honeywell, the company that worked with the school district on its facilities upgrade and energy conservation project.
MCC Superintendent Jeff Mount talked to school board trustees Monday about the possibility of getting a new roof, and what the district’s next steps should be now that the installation of new heating, communication and ventilation systems has been completed as part of the Honeywell project.
“Last year was the installation period,” Mount said. “This winter we should have everything running.”
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