Local school district receiving money for upkeep

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School District 60 will be receiving more than $1.4 million as part of the Province’s annual facilities grants.

The Province has allocated a total of $110 million over 2011-2012 so school districts across B.C. can maintain and refurbish their schools.

The money can be used for a variety of upkeep purposes, including mechanical upgrades, roofing and flooring projects, and painting.

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However, the provincial government is also allowing school districts to use the funds to improve staff and student safety, as well as increase energy efficiency in their facilities.

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