Iowa district will replace 86-year-old elementary school

Jan. 17, 2013
Muscatine board votes to build a $9.8 million replacement for Jefferson Elementary.

From The Muscatine Journal: The Muscatine (Iowa) School Board has decided to replace the 86-year-old Jefferson Elementary School with a new, two-story building. The option approved by the board calls for constructing a new school at the existing site for about $9.8 million and subsequently tearing down the existing facility.

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