Summer means construction at many Maryland schools

July 11, 2008
Intrusive work takes place while classes are not in session

It's the busy season for the people charged with building and maintaining schools. Districts across Maryland often save the most difficult work -- those projects that, for example, involve jackhammers, intrusive roof replacement or the resurfacing or repaving of parking lots -- for the months when classes are not in session.

To read The Washington Post article, click here.

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