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Meeting to detail Memorial Park upgrades

FORT WAYNE – Fort Wayne Community Schools is inviting parents, neighbors and other concerned community members to a meeting about construction work planned at Memorial Park Middle School.

It is at 5 p.m. Thursday at the school, 2200 Maumee Ave.

The work is one of two major projects in the district's $119 million building plan.

Auburn-based Fetters Construction Inc. was awarded nearly $14 million for the work at Harrison Hill Elementary and at Memorial Park.

The projects are for interior upgrades, window replacements, heating and cooling system improvements as well as mechanical, electrical and plumbing renovations.