QPS approves bonds for Junior High School repairs
The $3.4 million bonds for Quincy's Junior High School have been approved.
No one attended the public hearing Wednesday morning.
For those worried about tax hikes, increases will not be more than what was originally quoted for the building projects.
Some interest savings has allowed these funds to be used to fix the Junior High.
Now, it's on to fix the dilapidated school roof and doors.
"The wear is on them. You can actually see gaps between them. Some of the windows actually rattle when you close and open them. It's just getting time to replace them," said Chief of Business Operations Ryan Whicker.
The doors are original to the building when it was erected in the 1930's.