West Las Vegas schools have had an ongoing issue with broken heaters and water pipes for years.
Superintendent Jim Abreu is now saying enough is enough and wants the problems fixed once and for all.
At almost every school board meeting, principals from the elementary, middle and high schools have shared their frustration with cold classrooms, malfunctioning heaters and broken water pipes.
Abreu, who started as superintendent in the summer, said that since the high school was built five or six years ago, broken water pipes and heating have been constant problems.
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