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    Maintenance
    Director of Facilities and Safety James Baisden
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    Carpenter II Jamie Murphy
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    Electrician II Jack Davis
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    General Maintenance / Groundsman Ronnie Brewer
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    General Maintenance / Groundsman John Lockard
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    Heating and Air Conditioning Mechanic / General Maintenance James King
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    Heating & Air Conditioning Mechanic II / Crew Leader Joshua Fletcher
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    Heating & Air Conditioning Mechanic II / Electrician II Timothy White
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    Maintenance Foreman Ricky Hinkle
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    Mason / Carpenter II Michael Jarrell
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    Plumber II Frank Spence
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    Asbestos Information

    Dear Parents, Teachers, Building Occupants, and Employee Organizations:

    In the past, asbestos was used extensively in building materials because of its insulating, sound absorbing, and fire retarding capabilities. Virtually any building constructed before the late 1970s contained some asbestos. Intact and undisturbed asbestos materials generally do not pose a health risk. Asbestos materials, however, can become hazardous when, due to damage or deterioration over time, they release fibers. If the fibers are inhaled, they can lead to health problems, such as cancer and asbestosis.

    In 1986, Congress passed the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) which requires schools to be inspected to identify any asbestos containing building materials. Suspected asbestos-containing building materials were located, sampled (or assumed), and rated according to condition and potential hazard. Every three years, Mingo County Schools has conducted a reinspection to determine whether the condition of the known or assumed asbestos containing building materials (ACBM) has changed and to make recommendations on managing or removing the ACBM. At the last reinspection conducted on March 31, 2010, all materials listed in the Management Plan as asbestos containing (or assumed to be asbestos-containing) were inspected and found to be in good condition.

    It is the intention of Mingo County Schools to comply with all federal and state regulations controlling asbestos and to take whatever steps are necessary to ensure students and employees a healthy and safe environment in which to learn and work. You are welcome to review a copy of the asbestos management plan in the school district administrative offices or administrative office of the school during regular business hours. Mr. James Ed Baisden is our designated asbestos program coordinator, and all inquires regarding the asbestos plan and asbestos-related issues should be directed to her at (304) 235-3333.

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