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Gunn, Paly seek help in planning campuses

Original post made on May 20, 2009

Gunn and Palo Alto high schools are seeking parent and community members to augment their facilities steering committees, which are charged with guiding major renovations funded by last year's $378 million bond.

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Posted by Johnny
a resident of Downtown North
on May 20, 2009 at 9:19 pm

Step #1: There are plans to re-do the main multi-use field, A.K.A. the baseball and softball field. Instead of spending all this money just to refurbish the grass (among other things), why don't you invest in some all-weather turf, like the football field? It saves tons of water (which, in a few years, will be hard to come by), it requires little maintenance, and it will allow the baseball team to finally have an outfield to brag about (as it stands, the Paly baseball outfield is one of the worst in the Bay Area).
Though this turf will initially be expensive, it is better for the environment, and the money will be made up quickly with reduced utility and maintenance rates.


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