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The spending covers such work as painting, drywall installation, ceiling tiles and electrical wiring, as well as purchases of desks, chairs, credenzas, doors, window shades, computers and other furnishings.
The repairs officials said needed to be addressed included providing a viable bus and emergency access, mold removal, drywall repair and maintenance and HVAC.
More need to replace carpet, drywall, roofs – even entire homes.
No doubt that same trait once inspired Keller to tag the basement drywall with self-reminders in yellow spray paint.
Each school received new plumbing, drywall, air conditioning systems, ceiling tiles, lighting, doors, carpet, furniture, painting and landscaping.
The wiring itself is valued at $100 but the cost to rewire the house was put at $4,000 to $5,000 because all the drywall had been installed.
The also found water leak marks on the ceilings, evidence of mold growth and broken or missing drywall.
All that sodden drywall, flooring, furniture, clothing and toys adds up to an estimated 8 million cubic yards in Houston alone, enough to fill up the Texans stadium two times over.
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