Middletown considers $766K school track, field project

The Middletown Board of Education is considering a plan to fully replace the track and turf field at the high school at a cost of $766,300. The Keystone turf project will be tackled first. Two years ago, Keystone worked on a similar project at a high school in New Jersey, O’Connell told committee members. He showed a photo of the field with lettering, artwork, alternating patterns and end-zone coloring. The school board is also considering whether to add a maintenance package, which would be an additional cost to the project. ATT Sports is a running track surfacing company, Bugan said. Its clients have included high schools in Ledyard, East Haven, Guilford and Derby. The proposal will be reviewed by the full Board of Education at its March meeting.


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