A bid for the construction of an all-weather track at Vandalia Community High School was approved by the school board on Monday.
The bid, which came from National Erectors in Highland, was $502,500, slightly higher than the $500,000 the school received in funding.
It had been higher, but the school opted to cut out some less important features, including paving the walkway between the high school and junior high school, asphalting the gravel area near the ticket window and some of the reworked fencing.
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