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School Board Answers Questions For Governor And Comptroller Regarding New Allegany Project

February 3rd, 2016 by WCBC Radio

When the Allegany County Board of Education made it’s pitch to the Maryland Board of Public Works to approve a revised plan to fund the construction of a new Allegany High School- both Governor Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter Franchot had some questions. The project came in some $20 million over projections last September, forcing the board to rescind the previously agreed upon financial plan- and essentially start over with a re-bid. While members of the school board and the superintendent testified before the state board- it was director of facilities Vince Montana that fielded most of the questions- and criticisms- from the governor and the comptroller…





 

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