- Associated Press - Monday, March 3, 2014

FARMINGTON, N.M. (AP) - Plans to build a new high school in Farmington are at a standstill after the architecture firm overseeing the project abruptly quit.

The Daily Times reports (https://bit.ly/1bYLgug) that Greer Stafford/SJCF Architecture resigned from the $62 million project.

The Farmington Municipal School District Board of Education accepted the resignation during a meeting Thursday.

Scott Stafford, the firm’s president, says the resignation was the result of a disagreement with district officials that couldn’t be overcome.

School district officials declined to comment, citing confidentiality agreements.

Ted Lasiewicz, the district’s chief of operations, says the new Farmington High School will be completed by the end of 2016.

Lasiewicz says the firm is still involved with other district projects and will continue to work with them in the future.

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Information from: The Daily Times, https://www.daily-times.com


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