By TIMILEE WILBER
LYMAN – The Uinta County School District #6 Board of trustees met for a special meeting March 5 to conduct business they were unable to address at the previous meeting.
The meeting was again held at the Lyman Intermediate School PAC.
The school board adjourned to executive session to discuss contracts, and on their return approved contracts for Lyman High School principal Todd Limoges, Lyman Intermediate School principal Christy Cambell, Urie Elementary principle Layne Parmenter, athletic director Jim Levine, special services director Mary Thrasher, business director Tony Gillies, maintenance director Rein Crane and technology director Brian Anson. The approval or denial of a contract for Superintendant Kent Stokes, who still remains on administrative leave, was not mentioned at the meeting.
Anson, technical director, reported a need for a 60-foot tower to be erected in the not-too-distant future. According to Anson, the tower would alleviate the connectivity issues that are being experienced in the district. The cost of the tower was estimated at $20,000 with an additional $20,000 for installation. According to Anson, the district will be reimbursed by the State of Wyoming.
The tower would increase the output from the present tower from 20 Mb/s to 100 Mb/s. The tower would also provide for future growth in the district. Anson asked that the board consider construction of the tower and stated, “It’s food for thought.”
The board approved a proposal by Anson to upgrade the district web-site as well as a “bridge” contract from April to July For the complete article see the 03-15-2013 issue.
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