The project is the Montecito Union School Improvements. The purposes of the project are to refurbish the historic centerpiece of the Montecito Union Elementary School Main Building; perform basic repairs to the School's infrastructure; protect the quality of academic instruction by upgrading education facilities to meet current health/safety/accessibility codes; and renovate the heating, plumbing, and electrical/energy/water conservation systems. These improvements would be implemented while preserving the semi-rural character of the school and surrounding community. The project would generally include two components: South Campus improvements and existing building improvements.
Additionally, 38 vehicle parking spots and 50 bicycle parking spots would be added to the site. The project would occur over approximately two years, including three summers (2017, 2018, and 2019). The project would require export of approximately 1,000 cubic yards of material.
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