OPRF recently bounced its contractor/architectural consultant of many years. That's likely what happens when a high school can't put water in its pools for a semester due to a near endless series of miscues and misdirection by the outgoing firm.
Now the school is closing in on a new contractor, with the architecture function wisely segregated. Last week, though, the hiring was delayed for multiple reasons. One was the insistence by board member John Allen on language expressing a genuine effort to hire minority subcontractors.
That's wise oversight by a valued board member.