Capital improvements on hold at Greenwood Elementary School

Crisfield-Somerset County Times
Posted 5/3/21

PRINCESS ANNE — The replacement of exterior windows and doors planned in fiscal year 2022 at Greenwood Elementary School will be on hold for one year but state funding for the project will …

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Capital improvements on hold at Greenwood Elementary School

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PRINCESS ANNE — The replacement of exterior windows and doors planned in fiscal year 2022 at Greenwood Elementary School will be on hold for one year but state funding for the project will remain in place.

During a budget presentation last month with the County Commissioners Superintendent of Schools Dr. John Gaddis said materials won’t be available for 12 to 18 months. The estimated cost of the project is $430,125 however building material costs are rising.

Who will oversee these improvements when it gets underway is not known as Daniele Haley, supervisor of facilities, capital planning and maintenance, has left to work for herself as an architect. She was hired in 2014 and Dr. Gaddis said interviews for her successor are underway.

The last major improvements at GES were geothermal HVAC, lighting and a roof replacement in 2014-15.