UNITY, N.H. (AP) - A construction schedule for a new elementary school for the town of Unity, N.H., says it should be ready at the end of August.
The project had been delayed due to various problems. Last month, residents approved a $2.75 million bond to complete it.
The Eagle Times reports Gordon Bristol, the project owner's representative, told the school board Tuesday workers are finishing window installation and have turned on the heat in the building. He said crews are now looking at code review.
In 2010, the Unity Elementary School became the first school in state history to be ordered closed for fire code violations. Voters approved a bond at that time for a new school.
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