Virginia district postpones maintenance projects

April 14, 2008
Tight budget forces Loudoun County to delay most of the work that had been scheduled for 2008-09

The Loudoun County (Va.) School Board has delayed most school maintenance work scheduled for the coming academic year after receiving just 30 percent of the county funding it had requested for repairs and renovations. In the case of 30 projects, the work will not be completed until 2014 at the earliest.

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