North Platte Nebraska’s Favorite Newspaper – The North Platte Bulletin

North Platte Nebraska’s Favorite Newspaper – The North Platte Bulletin

CC School Board backs single campus plan

As of July 9, the crew was waiting on one last semi-truck load of material to complete the job. The old lanes 1-10 are removed. That area will become a 5,000 square foot arcade.
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Cedar Falls school board OKs bond vote date

District officials said potential locations for the new schools would be released at their Aug. 11 meeting. A closed session Monday night concerned the purchase of real estate that pertains to the plan.
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Professional Remodeler Magazine Announces 40 Under 40 Class of 2014 — PLANO, Texas, July 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ —

Renovation of the north wing of the current high school. Additional parking to the south and an entry drive to the west. Demolition of the south wing and the circles (circular hallways with classrooms) at the existing high school. The estimated cost of the project is $38.8 million. School Board member Scott Dight said he likes this design because it would increase the amount of parking at the site. “We do not have enough parking at this facility,” he said.
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This distinguished class is diverse in its professional and personal interests, along with its commitment to service in professional societies and philanthropic organizations, such as Habitat for Humanity. These next-generation remodeling leaders are owners, kitchen and bath designers, directors, presidents and vice presidents in remodeling businesses that range from large, multi-million-dollar firms to smaller operations with annual revenues in the neighborhood of $500,000. “We noted some incredible advances in how the 40 Under 40 professionals manage their business,” saysProfessional RemodelerEditorial Director/Publisher Patrick O’Toole. “Specifically, the role of technology, design software and the ability to manage a job site remotely have resulted in viewing photos, 4D images, and sales presentations with the flick of a finger on a tablet. These 40 professionals not only share the desire to be successful, they also want to build a solid foundation for the future of the remodeling industry.” To learn more aboutProfessional Remodeler’s40 Under 40 Class of 2014, visit http://www.proremodeler.com/40-under-40/2014?page=4 or contact Patrick O’Toole at potoole@sgcmail.com .
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