Jim Mylar welds pipe at the Pitman High School construction site in Turlock in March of 2001. Pitman was built for $44 million, plus a $4.5 addition in 2004.
Jim Mylar welds pipe at the Pitman High School construction site in Turlock in March of 2001. Pitman was built for $44 million, plus a $4.5 addition in 2004. Bart Ah You 031401 Modesto Bee file
Jim Mylar welds pipe at the Pitman High School construction site in Turlock in March of 2001. Pitman was built for $44 million, plus a $4.5 addition in 2004. Bart Ah You 031401 Modesto Bee file
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