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Maintenance backlogs create school safety risks, fiscal bind

Administrators say referendums are the only way out

8:21 PM, Apr. 6, 2013
Jayson Jacobs, 16, left, and Shannon Gonzales, 17, use the computers in the library media center at Menasha High School April 1 in Menasha.
Jayson Jacobs, 16, left, and Shannon Gonzales, 17, use the computers in the library media center at Menasha High School April 1 in Menasha.

A boiler failure shut down Oakwood Elementary, a 60-year-old school in Oshkosh, and forced 100 kids to squeeze into another building for weeks in 2009.

Gaping holes in the Pulaski Middle School roof are causing leaks in classrooms during rainstorms, risking damage to electrical components and the structure. The building is more than 50 years old.

Numerous problems at the 100-year-old Washington Elementary School in Sheboygan prompted school leaders in March to recommend closing the doors because the building has deteriorated beyond repair. ...

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