Hello, in my high school our fly system is almost 60 years old, completely original to the school. Unfortunately with the recent renovation that took place they did absolutely nothing to the fly system. I've been told it had been inspected when the renovation took place and it is deemed safe, but we're stuck with dead hung electrics that make everything harder to do in this auditorium (the new electrics were too heavy for the old arbors to handle) Before the renovation we had flyable electrics. My question is how could somebody go about getting a school district to renovate... Even if it's just new battens, fly lines, and a few new higher capacity arbors. Our grand red lineset has been batten heavy for decades because it's kept at the arbors Max capacity. One of our battens has sheared at it's joint in two places over the past two years and multiple are not perfectly straight anymore. We have arbor guidelines that are severed at the bridge and need to be repaired... Lots of issues that make me feel unsafe as a student working with a fly system that I worry about breaking on me (one of the fly lines skipped out of a loft block the other day, something that happens at least once a year) and injuring me or someone on the stage (which would be the worst lawsuit ever). I just don't know how I can get something done, I don't care if it happens after I graduate, I just want something done and it seems like after the district did their capital project renovation they called it quits and decided they didn't want to pay any more attention to it.