SHELTON, Conn. -- Of the nearly 600 fire code violations found at Shelton High School four years ago, only 100 remain, with a target to fix the remaining problems within the year, according to the Connecticut Post.
The biggest issues have been corrected, with repairs on the sprinkler system next on the to-do list, according to the Post. The expected completion date is now August 2017, according to the Connecticut Post.
The fire and building code violations were first filed in 2011, followed by a report in 2013 by the Office of the State Fire Marshal outlining 579 violations varying in severity, according to the Connecticut Post.
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