(BRONSON) – The Bronson Board of Education has approved three projects to be done this summer around the district.
During a special meeting Monday night, the Bronson Board agreed to use money from their sinking fund to pay for the work. The first project will be having the bathrooms at the Junior/Senior High School building redone. Project number two will be to have work done at the sixth grade egress area. The third project will be security improvements in the vestibule of the High School main office.
The Board has hired Brusse Brady of Three Rivers to do the work, at a total cost of just over $1million.
The projects will be done once school is finished for the 2021-2022 school year.
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