Charleston, WV (AP) -- The West Virginia School Building Authority has awarded $124.2 million for school construction projects across the state.
Authority members approved the grants Monday.
Some grants are for one year and others are two-year grants.
A list posted on the agency's web site shows that Marshall County received the largest amount, more than $23 million over two years.
The funding will be used to build a new Cameron High School.
Putnam County received more than $21 million over two years for a countywide building program.
Putnam's funding is contingent upon county voters approving a bond.
(Copyright 2009 by the Associated Press. All rights reserved.)
WV School Construction Grants List
Junior Elementary Additions & Renovations
New Spring Mills High
Follansbee Middle Renovations
New Beverly Hills Enslow Middle
New Fayette Plateau High
Moorefield Elementary Renovations
New Lumberport Elementary
New Elementary School
New Cameron High
County Wide Building Program
Smithfield Elementary Addition & Renovations
Geary Elementary Addition & Renovations
*Contingent On County Bond Passage.
Multiyear Commitment From Previous Year's Funding:
Additions & Renovations At Six Elementary Schools
County-Wide Building Program
New Elementary/Middle School
New Middle School
New Comprehensive High School
(Copyright 2009 by the Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
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