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BPW Works Approves $110,000 in Program Open Space Funds to Two Washington County Schools
On Wednesday, Aug. 31, the Board of Public Works approved $110,000 in Program Open Space funds to Hancock High School/Middle School and South Hagerstown High School to upgrade track facilities. The projects primarily consist of resurfacing the existing running track and runway approach facilities for the long jump, high jump, pole vault and triple jump pits.
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September 1, 2005
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