Morris High School to purchase new lift systems
Installation will begin at end of school year
Morris Community High School will start the installation of new lift systems at the end of the school year.
The District 101 school board last week unanimously approved purchasing three new lifts for the school, at a total cost of $91,717, Superintendent Dr. Pat Halloran said on Monday. Originally the district was going to construct an elevator, but the bids for the project came in too high and the board rejected them in March.
When bids came in more than double the expected price for the elevator project, the district decided to take another look at its options. The elevator project was expected to cost about $334,000. Bids ranged from $653,754 to $803,000.
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