OTTOVILLE, Ohio - The board of education has hired a Wapakoneta company to help build a $17 million school.
Peterson Construction will be paid $8.7 million as general contractors for a school to take shape along the west edge of this Putnam County village.
Superintendent Ken Amstutz said all are shooting for a May 1 groundbreaking.
The Ohio School Facilities commission is picking up most of the cost. Voters approved two bond issues to help pay for the rest of the project.
When built, the school will house grades K-12.
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