ROYERSFORD PA – After proposing an up to $10 million expansion of Spring-Ford Area High School, the district Board of School Directors wants to present its plans to the public and “dispel any rumors” about the project. It hopes to do that March 23 (2017; Thursday) during a “town hall” meeting specifically scheduled for the purpose from 7-9 p.m. in the school’s auditorium, 350 S. Lewis Rd., The (Pottstown PA) Mercury newspaper reported.
Staff writer Eric Devlin stated the meeting promises to include a formal presentation and offer time for community input. Advance registration, available here, is suggested but not required.
“The current design, created by the architecture firm Crabtree, Rohrbach and Associates, calls for a 24,000-square-foot expansion of the school,” Devlin wrote. It “would provide more space for the 2,400 students to use and could also handle the district’s continued population growth in years to come. Estimated construction costs for the work range from a low of $7.8 million to a high of $9.3 million.”
- Read Devlin’s article, titled “Spring-Ford to host town hall meeting on $10M high school expansion” and published Monday by The Mercury, here.
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