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Water mopped up at MHS

Monday classes washed out by broken pipe

February 12, 2013

This weekend wasn’t the first time an expansion joint in the nearly 50-year-old heating system at Marietta High School burst, but in the past, it’s happened while school was in session....

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mattelliott

Feb-12-13 7:24 AM

I smell an new levy come November.

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cuttingorb

Feb-12-13 10:04 AM

I agree on the smell of a new levy..****e on the levies that were passed should of replaced that 50 year old thing tired of paying for levies. COME ON GIVE ME A BREAK

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oldhickory

Feb-12-13 12:16 PM

We as citizens were afforded the opportunity to build new schools in 2009. The majority of voters chose not to do so. As much as I hate to admit it, 1964 was a long time ago. Eventually, the replacement of buildings must occur. I doubt seriously that this water line break will start a campaign to replace the buildings at this time. So with all due respect to those of you who smell a new levy coming you can relax,the district will get by with bandaids and duct tape

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fanoftigers

Feb-12-13 7:04 PM

Hickory we passed and renewed a levy for building repairs and upkeep. No reason this should have happened when the story says this has been a problem before. That's a poor job of utilizing the levy funds.

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