Berlin-Milan seeking way to add 10 classrooms without relying on levy

MILAN The Berlin-Milan Local School District is seeking to add as many as 10 classrooms to Edison High School without having to rely on a new levy to do so. Superintendent David Snook, in local reports, said the addition would be on the north side of the school. The construction project also is expected to include a new auxiliary gymnasium on the east side of Edison.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

MILAN The Berlin-Milan Local School District is seeking to add as many as 10 classrooms to Edison High School without having to rely on a new levy to do so.

Superintendent David Snook, in local reports, said the addition would be on the north side of the school. The construction project also is expected to include a new auxiliary gymnasium on the east side of Edison.

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