The Quincy Public School District is making it's to-do list for the summer, taking a closer look at life safety improvements.
The building committee discussed proposed projects Friday like replacing fire alarms in six buildings and resurfacing the lower parking lot at the high school. School officials are estimating the cost at $416,000, but that's based on figures from nearly 20 years ago.
School officials say it's possible that more projects will be added to the list, but that depends on the final cost.
"We have some roofs that are getting in pretty bad shape, so we'd like to improve them. But I don't know if we can get them done or not, depends on how much these projects actually come in at," said Director of Maintenance Dennis Peters.
If approved, construction would start as soon as school gets out.
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