The Nocona I.S.D. administrative offices found itself flooded when staff came to work last Tuesday morning following a half-inch rain.
Supt. Dr. David Waters reported to the Nocona School Board Wednesday night, as it met in the foyer of the administration building, that the facility had suffered “five figure” damages when a contractor failed to notice they had blocked the drainage intake at the back of the building diverting water into the former Farmers and Merchants National Bank Building.
“The water got all the way up to that door,” Dr. Waters said, pointing to the door leading from the foyer into the offices of the Montague County Special Education Cooperative, for which NISD serves is the fiscal agent.
Read more in this week’s edition of The Nocona News.