Installation of a roofing membrane costing $180,000 could mean Schenck High School in Maine won't need a $2.1 million repair project. A new membrane could help prevent leaks for "several years," according to school board Chairman Dan Byron. Byron will talk with the architect about the membrane to see whether it's a worthwhile option. The high cost of the original repair proposal concerned some, who noted a dramatic decline in the school's population over several years.
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