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Dozens of trucks have been bringing in thousands of tons of top soil and other material to the site of the new Owego Elementary School.

According to a project report released by the Owego-Apalachin School District, more than 18,000 tons of fill for the building pad was delivered over the course of seven working days.

Thirty trucks are being used to bring material to the site and eight trucks have been utilized to haul material away.

A natural gas line relocation project recently was completed.

Work is to continue in the flood mitigation area at the construction site as weather conditions permit.

The flood-damaged elementary school was torn down over the summer. The new school is expected to open in September 2015.

Owego Elementary students have been attending classes at a Union-Endicott School District building in West Corners.