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Mt. Lebanon High School Renovation Cost

657 Signatures Goal: 1,000

February 22, 2010: We, the undersigned residents and property taxpayers of Mt. Lebanon, petition and request that the Mt. Lebanon School Board proceed with a high school renovation project budget not to exceed the $75 Million dollars which has already been borrowed and for which the district has already incurred an obligation to repay with interest.  Such $75 Million dollar cap should be inclusive all administrative costs of the project (past, present and future),  and should include a reasonable reserve for potential cost overruns, change orders and other eventualities of at least 10% of the total budget.

 

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