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New Allegany High School Projected To Be Finished In Four Years

June 5th, 2012 by WCBC Radio

While the Allegany County Board of Education has successfully cleared every hurdle to date in its effort to construct a new Allegany High School in Cumberland- the process is a lengthy one and it could be three to five years before the project becomes a reality. Having received planning approval from the Maryland Board of Public Works just last month, the next step centers on securing an architectural firm to handle design work and bid documents. Those two steps, combined with the actual construction has Superintendent David Cox tentatively projecting a ribbon cutting more than four years from now…





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