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Allegany High School Voted Top Priority

July 27th, 2011 by WCBC Radio

No surprises Tuesday night as the Allegany County Board of Education voted unanimously to place a new Allegany High School as its top capital project priority- ahead of renovations and expansions of Washington and Braddock middle schools. The board received a feasibility study two weeks ago with recommendations for Cumberland’s secondary schools- and at last night’s special meeting each of the board members spoke of the importance of replacing the oldest functioning school in the state, taking advantage of an unprecedented 93-7 funding split with the state. Board members Jeff Metz, Laurie Machini and Ed Root.





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