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Seneca Valley approves $2 million parking lot addition

Seneca Valley School District board members approved a $2 million parking lot expansion for its secondary campus at a school board meeting, Monday, May 13, as well as routine maintenance projects, all to be completed this summer.

The addition of 350 parking spaces is planned to accommodate parking for a future intermediate high school building project currently being designed, according to the district.

Monday evening, board directors accepted a $1,896,050 bid from Youngblood Paving for general construction on the parking space additions and a $291,800 bid from Blackhawk Neff for electrical construction.

Directors also approved several routine maintenance projects.

Pending solicitor review, board directors accepted a $615,550 general construction bid from GEM Building Contractors and Developers for quarry tile replacement in the first floor areas of Ryan Gloyer Middle School near the art wing and stair landings.

Partial re-roofing at the middle school is expected to be completed by Duro-Last Roofing in the summer at a cost of $381,330.

According to the district, there were previous phases of roof and quarry tile replacements in other locations of the middle school. These items are deemed routine maintenance because of the age and condition of the roof and tile, according to the district.

Connoquenessing Valley Elementary School also will undergo re-roofing by Duro-Last Roofing at a cost of $255,107, pending solicitor review.

Additionally, board directors approved an application for an American Heart Association Wellness Grant of $2,500. The funds would be used to purchase equipment and resources in physical education classes taught by Michael Pelloni.

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