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Governors OK roof work

Thursday, July 28, 2011

NORTH PLATTE, Nebraska -- The Mid-Plains Community College board of governors approved an $87,956 project to replace the roof and skylight on Walsh Brady Hall on the McCook Community College campus.

The contract was awarded to the Weathercraft Co. in McCook.

At Wednesday night's meeting of the college board, Ryan Purdy, area associate vice president of administrative serves, provided background information on the project, which was identified and included in the college's annual physical resource plan.

Two longtime North Platte Community College employees, Marilyn McGahan and Tom Gorman, were recognized on their retirement.

With the start of the fall semester about three weeks away, the board spent 22 minutes in executive session discussing personnel and salary negotiations, but took no action following the closed session.

The board will next meet Aug. 24 in North Platte at 6:30 p.m.

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Good work MCC! I love to see local business being used. It is an excellent use of monies to maintain your wonderful facility and keeping the money at home!

-- Posted by PensiveObserver on Thu, Jul 28, 2011, at 7:01 PM

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