Repairs From Libertyville High School Flooding Approved

The District 128 school board approved a $650,000 contract with Stuckey Construction Co. of Waukegan to make repairs to a subbasement at Libertyville High School after it flooded in April, according to the Daily Herald. 

The company will put in new drain tile and ejector pumps to prevent future flooding and will repair a retaining wall, replace the flooring and will fill a drain that allowed water into the school with cement, according to the article.

The Daily Herald reports the flood on April 18 forced Libertyville High School to close for two days and damaged reams of paper, school supplies and maintenance equipment. 

The Daily Herald has more on this article. 


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