City helps district save $25K on tennis court lights

City and school maintenance crews agreed to prepare the tennis court site for new electric lights, reducing a bid fro the work by about $25,000. The school board also approved the purchase of furniture for the new elementary school.

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January 26, 2022 - 9:46 AM

USD 257 Board of Education President Dan Willis speaks at Monday’s meeting. Photo by Vickie Moss / Iola Register

A bit of cooperation between the city and school district led to a savings of $25,125.

The school district plans to install new lighting at the tennis court near Iola High School.

At a previous meeting, maintenance director Aaron Cole asked the board to approve one of two bids for the project, for nearly $59,000.

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