Portions of the Sevastopol School District's ten-year maintenance plan will finally be moving forward thanks to voter approval of a new building referendum. The district's Property, Buildings and Security committee reviewed that maintenance plan to assess what work needs to be done over the summer in the 1965, 1991, 1994 and 1996 additions. Some maintenance work had been put on hold pending the outcome of the building referendum. School board member Dave Kacmarynski says some of those projects can no longer be put off.
When the committee met Tuesday, they asked for updated cost figures for all repairs in the maintenance plan.