Lebanon Reporter

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February 21, 2013

LHS construction may be completed ahead of schedule

Lebanon — The construction project at Lebanon High School may finish three months ahead of schedule — this October — if all goes well until then, Bob Ross, assistant superintendent and executive director of resource and operation, announced at Tuesday’s school board meeting.

“The earlier you finish, the more you cut your expenses,” Ross said. “It’s pretty amazing. I have no reason to not believe we will be on this schedule, and I think they are doing whatever it takes.”

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