FHS work continues

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Workers with Thomas and Marker Construction, of Bellefontaine, put up framing Wednesday as construction continues on the new entrance to Findlay High School. The project will close the gap between the current main entrance and the auditorium entrance. The design of the $2.5 million renovation project will include a slanted roof and glass walls, resembling the architecture of the nearby Millstream Career Center, which opened in 2012. With a projected completion date of October or November, the entrance will not be finished when the school year begins Monday. The work is being funded by the district’s permanent improvement levy.  (Photo by Randy Roberts)

Workers with Thomas and Marker Construction, of Bellefontaine, put up framing Wednesday as construction continues on the new entrance to Findlay High School. The project will close the gap between the current main entrance and the auditorium entrance. The design of the $2.5 million renovation project will include a slanted roof and glass walls, resembling the architecture of the nearby Millstream Career Center, which opened in 2012. With a projected completion date of October or November, the entrance will not be finished when the school year begins Monday. The work is being funded by the district’s permanent improvement levy. (Photo by Randy Roberts)

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