Jon Long (center), the Durham Public Schools’ executive director of construction and capital planning, talks with school board members Natalie Beyer (left) and Steve Unruhe (right) before the start of a recent DPS Board of Education work session.
Jon Long (center), the Durham Public Schools’ executive director of construction and capital planning, talks with school board members Natalie Beyer (left) and Steve Unruhe (right) before the start of a recent DPS Board of Education work session. Greg Childress gchildress@heraldsun.com
Jon Long (center), the Durham Public Schools’ executive director of construction and capital planning, talks with school board members Natalie Beyer (left) and Steve Unruhe (right) before the start of a recent DPS Board of Education work session. Greg Childress gchildress@heraldsun.com

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