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November 19, 2007

Bainbridge-- There's at least one profession the lack of rain in south Georgia is not hurting. . . that's builders.   Construction on the new Bainbridge High School is actually ahead of schedule thanks to the dry weather.

The director of facilities for the school system, Jerry Mills says so far there have been no hitches in carrying out the plans for the 120,000 square foot project.  

"It's been a very good project. Our architect has done an excellent job in that we haven't missed anything to this point that we have found. Always in a job this size there are small things but nothing unexpected," says Mills.

 The new high school is 28% completed. The $46 million project should be completed in April 2009.

 

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