Mending fences


Sedalia 200 maintenance staff keeps busy during summer

Jerry Mathieu, a Sedalia School District 200 building and maintenance staff member, places a galvanized top rail into position on the east side of the practice field at Smith-Cotton Junior High Thursday morning at the corner of Broadway Boulevard and Massachusetts Avenue. Members of the maintenance staff are replacing the entire fence that encloses the practice field as part of the district’s five-year maintenance plan.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Tim Herrick positions a string rope line on one of the posts at the correct height of four feet Thursday morning. Building and maintenance employees from the Sedalia School District 200 removed the existing posts earlier in the week and set the new posts after their removal. Workers were capping and placing the top rails Thursday and were expected to begin placing the chain link sides of the fence Friday.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Earl Rasa, assistant director for building and maintenance for the Sedalia School District 200, cuts the top of one of the fence posts to the proper height of four feet Thursday morning while Brian Amos holds the post to steady it. Rasa estimated that workers had set 200 new posts into place around the border of the practice field at Smith-Cotton Junior High.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Brian Amos, a member of the maintenance staff at Sedalia School District 200, is shaded by his hat as he positions a top rail through the end caps of the new fence at Smith-Cotton Junior High. During the summer, maintenance employees at the district work from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. to try to avoid the higher temperatures throughout the day.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Brian Amos and Jerry Mathieu place a top rail and end caps on the posts along Broadway Boulevard Thursday morning as part of the new fence that will enclose the practice field at Smith-Cotton Junior High School.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Jerry Mathieu removes end caps Thursday morning from a supply bag before placing them on the newly-installed galvanized posts, part of the fence at the Smith-Cotton Junior High practice field at Broadway Boulevard and Massachusetts Avenue. The fence is being replaced as part of the district’s five-year maintenance plan.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Jerry Mathieu, a Sedalia School District 200 building and maintenance staff member, places a galvanized top rail into position on the east side of the practice field at Smith-Cotton Junior High Thursday morning at the corner of Broadway Boulevard and Massachusetts Avenue. Members of the maintenance staff are replacing the entire fence that encloses the practice field as part of the district’s five-year maintenance plan.

Tim Herrick positions a string rope line on one of the posts at the correct height of four feet Thursday morning. Building and maintenance employees from the Sedalia School District 200 removed the existing posts earlier in the week and set the new posts after their removal. Workers were capping and placing the top rails Thursday and were expected to begin placing the chain link sides of the fence Friday.

Earl Rasa, assistant director for building and maintenance for the Sedalia School District 200, cuts the top of one of the fence posts to the proper height of four feet Thursday morning while Brian Amos holds the post to steady it. Rasa estimated that workers had set 200 new posts into place around the border of the practice field at Smith-Cotton Junior High.

Brian Amos, a member of the maintenance staff at Sedalia School District 200, is shaded by his hat as he positions a top rail through the end caps of the new fence at Smith-Cotton Junior High. During the summer, maintenance employees at the district work from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. to try to avoid the higher temperatures throughout the day.

Brian Amos and Jerry Mathieu place a top rail and end caps on the posts along Broadway Boulevard Thursday morning as part of the new fence that will enclose the practice field at Smith-Cotton Junior High School.

Jerry Mathieu removes end caps Thursday morning from a supply bag before placing them on the newly-installed galvanized posts, part of the fence at the Smith-Cotton Junior High practice field at Broadway Boulevard and Massachusetts Avenue. The fence is being replaced as part of the district’s five-year maintenance plan.

Jerry Mathieu, a Sedalia School District 200 building and maintenance staff member, places a galvanized top rail into position on the east side of the practice field at Smith-Cotton Junior High Thursday morning at the corner of Broadway Boulevard and Massachusetts Avenue. Members of the maintenance staff are replacing the entire fence that encloses the practice field as part of the district’s five-year maintenance plan.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_tsd061716fence1.jpgJerry Mathieu, a Sedalia School District 200 building and maintenance staff member, places a galvanized top rail into position on the east side of the practice field at Smith-Cotton Junior High Thursday morning at the corner of Broadway Boulevard and Massachusetts Avenue. Members of the maintenance staff are replacing the entire fence that encloses the practice field as part of the district’s five-year maintenance plan. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Tim Herrick positions a string rope line on one of the posts at the correct height of four feet Thursday morning. Building and maintenance employees from the Sedalia School District 200 removed the existing posts earlier in the week and set the new posts after their removal. Workers were capping and placing the top rails Thursday and were expected to begin placing the chain link sides of the fence Friday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_tsd061718fence2.jpgTim Herrick positions a string rope line on one of the posts at the correct height of four feet Thursday morning. Building and maintenance employees from the Sedalia School District 200 removed the existing posts earlier in the week and set the new posts after their removal. Workers were capping and placing the top rails Thursday and were expected to begin placing the chain link sides of the fence Friday. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Earl Rasa, assistant director for building and maintenance for the Sedalia School District 200, cuts the top of one of the fence posts to the proper height of four feet Thursday morning while Brian Amos holds the post to steady it. Rasa estimated that workers had set 200 new posts into place around the border of the practice field at Smith-Cotton Junior High.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_tsd061716fence3.jpgEarl Rasa, assistant director for building and maintenance for the Sedalia School District 200, cuts the top of one of the fence posts to the proper height of four feet Thursday morning while Brian Amos holds the post to steady it. Rasa estimated that workers had set 200 new posts into place around the border of the practice field at Smith-Cotton Junior High. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Brian Amos, a member of the maintenance staff at Sedalia School District 200, is shaded by his hat as he positions a top rail through the end caps of the new fence at Smith-Cotton Junior High. During the summer, maintenance employees at the district work from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. to try to avoid the higher temperatures throughout the day.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_tsd061716fence4.jpgBrian Amos, a member of the maintenance staff at Sedalia School District 200, is shaded by his hat as he positions a top rail through the end caps of the new fence at Smith-Cotton Junior High. During the summer, maintenance employees at the district work from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. to try to avoid the higher temperatures throughout the day. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Brian Amos and Jerry Mathieu place a top rail and end caps on the posts along Broadway Boulevard Thursday morning as part of the new fence that will enclose the practice field at Smith-Cotton Junior High School.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_tsd061716fence5.jpgBrian Amos and Jerry Mathieu place a top rail and end caps on the posts along Broadway Boulevard Thursday morning as part of the new fence that will enclose the practice field at Smith-Cotton Junior High School. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Jerry Mathieu removes end caps Thursday morning from a supply bag before placing them on the newly-installed galvanized posts, part of the fence at the Smith-Cotton Junior High practice field at Broadway Boulevard and Massachusetts Avenue. The fence is being replaced as part of the district’s five-year maintenance plan.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_tsd061716fence6.jpgJerry Mathieu removes end caps Thursday morning from a supply bag before placing them on the newly-installed galvanized posts, part of the fence at the Smith-Cotton Junior High practice field at Broadway Boulevard and Massachusetts Avenue. The fence is being replaced as part of the district’s five-year maintenance plan. Hope Lecchi | Democrat
Sedalia 200 maintenance staff keeps busy during summer
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