Construction Advances On Upgraded Athletic Facilities
Work gives high school more flexibility in athletic space
Posted: October 13, 2012 at 5:30 a.m.
New and remodeled athletic facilities at Fayetteville High School will provide flexibility and space needed for the addition of ninth grade.
By The Numbers
The Fayetteville School District is spending about $7.4 million renovating and building athletic facilities at the high school. The construction is being paid with second-lien bonds, a type of funding package, similar to refinancing a home loan. The projects are:
• Bulldog Athletic and Recreation Complex: $4.4 million
• Track: $1.4 million
• Tennis courts: $1.23 million
• Harmon Stadium turf: $682,000; $402,000 from the district and the balance from private fundraising.
Source: Fayetteville School District
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