MHS Honor Roll Corbett Plans $55M State Capitol Renovations
All A Honor Roll
Grade nine: Victoria Chatley, Kearstin Feagley, Hannah Ott, Abagael Peck, Nathan Peters, Kirsten Wilford.
Grade ten: Tierra Lake, Jessica Miller, Matthew Snyder, Aaron Strait, Sara Winegardner.
Grade eleven: Caitlin Glazier, Valeria Keefer, Sydney Kerlin, Andrew Smith, Libby Strayer, Jesse Swope, David Welsh, Kylie Zittle.
Grade twelve: Nicholas McClure, Jessica Nero.
AB Honor Roll
Grade nine: Paige Bowser, Mikayla Christy, Zachary Cloughley, Chelsea Danner, Alexis Fletcher, Rebecca Green, Caitlyn Lynch, Destiny Lynch, Katie McCulloch, Brittany Parson, Tessa Peck, Samantha Roberts, Jordin Smith, Taylor Souders, Veronica Stone, Colton Strait.
Grade ten: Larry Betz, Samantha Bottenfield, Nicholas Daniels, Gabrielle Danner, Tristin Deneen, Dalton Garlock, Alisha Gladfelter, Brittany Grace, Sarah Hollinshead, Zackary Johnson, Shelby Long, Katelynn Mellott, Leah Mellott, Kylie Pine, Sarrah Pollock, Larkin Shearer, Sarah Strait, Casey Taylor, Sara Wenschhof, Zachary Williams, Beau Wilson, Grace Youngblood.
Grade eleven: Luke Ashman, Nikki Fleming, Brooklyn Henderhsot, Sarra Kendall, Ethan Lynch, Laura Mc- Daid, McKenzie Metz, Hunter Miller, Paige Miller, Casey Randler, Chase Strait, Zachary Strait, Brandi Welsh, Larry Wilson, Lucas Youngblood.
Grade twelve: Evan Appleby, Morgan Barclay, Tyara Christopher, Caleb Christy, Levi Crouse, Dakota Deneen, Justin Deshong, Rikki Green, Isaiah Hahn, Rebecca Hahn, Kristin Hawbaker, Marleigh Jennings, Cole Johnston, Nichole McQuade, Alexus Mellott, Samantha Mes- singer, Hallie Pine, Kevin Pittman, Summer Plessinger, Kelsey Ramsey, Kayla Rei-mold, Thomas Roberts, Kimberly Schaeffer, Zachary Sherman, Lexie Shore, McKenzie Spade, Adam Strait, Emily Watkins, Nich-olas Whitsel.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Buildings and facilities in the Pennsylvania Capitol complex are about to get a $55 million facelift, a newspaper reported Wednesday.
The Patriot-News of Harrisburg said the administration of Gov. Tom Corbett intends to spend the money over the next few years on such needs as roofs, lighting, security and parking.
Officials are worried that delaying the rehabilitation work poses safety hazards and could end up costing more in the long run.
“Unfortunately, the buildings were let go quite a bit in the last administration,” said General Services Secretary Sheri Phillips, whose agency coordinates maintenance and improvements of state buildings.
Steve Crawford, who served as chief of staff to Republican Corbett's Democratic predecessor, Gov. Ed Rendell, disputed that the complex was ignored, pointing to the new Judicial Center and work on the Capitol grounds.
The paper said the Corbett administration will pay for the work with borrowed funds that were designated for major maintenance or construction.
About $4 million will improve security around the complex, and the 81-yearold Forum building would see its first bathroom renovations.