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School Board hears update on Charlottesville High School track project
The Daily Progress Friday, May 04, 2018 at 3 a.m.

The Charlottesville School Board on Thursday was provided an update on the $2.05 million Charlottesville High School track project, which broke ground in March.

The track, which is open to the community when not in use by the school, has not been updated since the high school was built in 1974 and has not been used to hold a meet for a decade. The work will expand the number of lanes from six to eight and add new bleachers and restrooms.

In 2012, the track was named in honor of Curtis Elder, a longtime track and field coach at the school who died in 2014.

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