Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Major Changes at School

The California School for the Deaf in Riverside is in the midst of a renovation that includes replacing 50 year old boilers with a $13 million plant. The new facility will provide heat and air conditioning to the 13 dorms in campus and school’s gym on the 69-acre campus. Next month, construction begins on a $5 million ativities center. Then in June, new dormitories will start going up. The new buildings will handle nearly 80 more beds than the old ones which accommodate about 300 beds.

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