The athletic facilities will receive most of the focus of summer maintenance at Lincoln High School.
From the baseball field to work on the gym floor, Lincoln High School will do a lot of focusing on their athletic facilities this summer. Superintendent Bob Bagby says the gym floor has been re-sanded and new graphics added. He feels it looks sharp.
At the school's baseball facility, the press box and concession stand is being renovated and Bagby indicates there will be significant work done on the field itself during the summer months.
Bagby indicates, they are in the process of updating their auditorium. Additionally, they plan some updates to the cafeteria and also the AP office. He says they have gotten a good jump on some other target areas as well.
Security will be the focus of a smaller project this summer. Bagby says they will add security cameras to the building as he calls this a double-edged sword.
Around $400-thousand will be poured into summer projects in Lincoln this summer. Bagby reminds the public, the projects are largely funded thanks to the one-cent sales tax Logan County passed several years ago that go towards facilities and security.
He also reminds the public they continue to abate taxes through the tax money.