Superintendent wants to set the record straight about the problems with repairing the field at Collins High School.
By James Neihof
Wednesday, July 20, 2011 at 3:00 am (Updated: July 20, 3:03 am)
Despite comments published in recent weeks in The Sentinel-News, Shelby County Public Schools wants the public to know it does not enter into construction contracts without close scrutiny of reputations and references. It does not accept work that is not up to expectations. It does not absorb the financial burden if a problem comes up. It does not put students and staff in an unsafe environment.
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