|Pines considers security project|
By Ken Anderson
Having a security plan for Northland Pines School District facilities is important and expensive, but the alternative of not having such a plan should something happen cannot be measured in dollars, board members were told at their meeting last week.
It’s estimated it would cost $225,000 to have security plans in the district’s schools, but it could be phased in, according to District Administrator Mike Richie.
The security plans would include reconfiguring entrances, front doors and internal security locations.“It’s a lot of money, but I would hate to have an
|Tuesday, July 09, 2013 6:17 PM|