Paul Palmer, center, facility director for Nevada Union High School, discusses improvements to the school's boiler system with Superintendent Maggie Deetz, left, and Bill Locker, a member of the Measure A Bond Oversight Committee.
, the man in charge of hiring contractors and overseeing construction for the Nevada Joint Union High School District, led a campus tour outlining how and where the money will be spent over the next few years.
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first took the five members into a cramped room that housed two new boilers capable of heating the five oldest wings of campus.
The bond is also paying for a new girls locker room, which should be completed by February, Palmer
said.A wheelchair-accessible lift is also being built for the second floor of the facility.