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Dr. Lever Feels Auditorium Should Have Ability To Accommodate Total Student Population

November 20th, 2015 by WCBC Radio

During the past few years the Allegany County Board of Education has worked toward putting together an affordable plan for the proposed new Allegany High School- attempting to balance cutting costs without compromising the academic program’s integrity. Some in the community view a 500 seat auditorium- with an estimated price tag alone between $5 and $5.5 million as unnecessary. Dr David Lever, executive director of Maryland’s Interagency Committee on School Construction, could not disagree more. Appearing this week on WCBC’s “Dave Norman Show”, Dr Lever said he feels an auditorium, preferably one with the capacity to accommodate the total student population, is vitally important for any school…


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