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LIVINGSTON, La. (AP) — Construction on the main portion of the Walker High School overhaul is expected to begin soon.
The Advocate reports (bit.ly/1mHL5dY) the Livingston Parish School Board voted Thursday night to put the project out for bid.
The project involves dozens of new classrooms, a library, vocational training areas, cafeteria and music areas.
School board member Jimmy Watson, who represents Walker, said it took several months to complete designs that would fit the $23 million budget.
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