CLOVERDALE -- The monthly Cloverdale School Board meeting on Monday included a public hearing on the subject of the building project.
The biggest priority of the project is a new roof on the high school as well as various other renovations to the school's buildings.
The total cost of the projects is estimated to be less than $2 million, which will not include a tax increase for Cloverdale residents.
"There is a six- to nine-month construction schedule," explained Dan Sulkoski of Odle McGuire Shook. "It should not disrupt the students schedules."
Other projects that the board is hoping to address in this renovation are the boilers and chillers at the high school along with the air handling systems in the school.
"If dollars allow we may consider resurfacing the track and painting the auxiliary gymnasium," CCSC Superintendent Carrie Milner explained. "I think it's great we can do this without a tax increase."
The board agreed to hire Odle McGuire Shook as the architect for this project.
The Cloverdale Community School Corporation will also be holding a public hearing at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 9.
The hearing will take place at the Arthur L. Johnson Center, upon a proposed Second Amendment to Lease to be entered into between the Cloverdale High School Building Corporation, as the leaser, and Cloverdale Community School Corporation, as leasee.