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November 11, 2013

Goshen School Board approves committee for building project

GOSHEN — Members of the Goshen Board of School Trustees approved the Technical Review Committee for the building project Monday.

Voters within the Goshen Community Schools Corp. boundaries approved a $17.15 million construction project Nov. 5, involving both Goshen High School and Goshen Middle School.

GSC Superintendent Diane Woodworth recommended seven people for the TRC committee. They include GCS Assistant Superintendent Bob Evans; Business Manager Jerry Hawkins; GCS facilities director Tom Boomershine; architectural representative Philip Wink, architect at InterDesign; community engineering representative Mary Cripe, Goshen City Engineer; board member president Jane Troup and Woodworth.


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