Pleasant Corners Public School is getting some new asphalt-laden landscaping and it’s worth $1.15 million.
Peter Bosch, design and construction manager for the Upper Canada District School Board, said in an email that the investment is to repave the parking lot, bus lane and roadway, as well as replace the front sidewalks and the bus loading zones.
And if you’re wondering about the big hole beside the school, Bosch said that the “storm water management pond required for hard surfaces,” like asphalted parking lots.
If all goes according to plan, the project should be completed before the start of the school year.
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