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It's very exciting to see this move beyond the soil issue and into the construction phase," said Paul Palmer, the Nevada Joint Union High School District's director of facilities.The majority of the project is paid for by a $15 million bond approved by voters in 2002.


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Paul Palmer - District Director of Construction & Facilities


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Paul Palmer - District Director of Construction & FacilitiesNevada Joint Union High School DistrictPaul Palmer


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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.Paul Palmer, 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. Please visit our advertisers!> Palmer 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.


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