Natomas (Calif.) district needs $7 million to upgrade and reopen middle school

Oct. 21, 2011
Leroy Greene Middle School, which closed in 2010, has extensive water damage and mold growth

From The Sacramento Bee: Built in 1994 for $10 million, the Leroy F. Greene Middle School in the Natomas (Calif.) Unified District was closed at the end of the 2009-10 school year. The facility has extensive water damage, mold and problems with support beams in the gym and multipurpose room. District officials estimate it will cost up to $7 million to reopen the school.

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