New Marlborough Central faces drainage, septic woes

NEW MARLBOROUGH — Drainage issues and a damaged septic tank are the latest problems plaguing the New Marlborough Central school building.

Southern Berkshire Regional School District Buildings and Grounds Director Jeremy Wells estimates solving the drainage problems could cost over $15,000, while estimates to replace the school’s septic tank have come in around $8,500 to $9,000.

Excess rain water is flowing from the parking lot and pooling near the rear entrance where the children enter the school in the morning, Wells told the SBRSD Buildings, Grounds and Technology subcommittee on Oct. 30.

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