The Vermilion Parish School Board has again tabled talks about the project to restore a building damaged in the 2016 floods.
The item was moved to Thursday’s meeting after being tabled during a meeting on Monday. The project would see the restoration of a special education administrative building.
The complete overhaul, including new floors, walls, AC, electrical and painting, would cost about two million dollars.
Superintendent Jerome Puyau on Monday said that he hopes they can begin the public bid process in three weeks.
More on that project here. Vermilion School Board tables plans to restore building damaged in 2016 floods