Water main accident forces Salem students to temporarily relocate
“The water main was clearly on the plan and should have been avoided, clearly it was an error on the contractor’s part,” he said. “They have been doing a wonderful job for us, nonetheless, it was a careless mistake on the operator’s part.”
Other than the water main incident, Delahanty said he has been pleased with the progress of the renovations at Fisk and Soule elementary schools.
Construction crews have begun putting up the steel for the new multi-purpose room at Fisk.
“Hopefully, we will avoid winter issues at that school, but we are going to face some winter conditions for Fisk,” Delahanty. “But we are anticipating that the construction manager will take every opportunity to catch up at Fisk.”
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