School board approves $40 million for new schools
By Steve Herring
Published in News on February 16, 2014 1:50 AM
Wayne County Board of Education chairman John Grantham, right, speaks to the members of the Board of Commissioners, who attended a Friday afternoon meeting of the school board as school officials discussed plans for school facilities' projects.
Architect Robert Ferris, CEO and president of SfL+a, reviews the proposal and the potential in energy savings with the school board as they discuss possibilities for the proposed schools.
The Wayne County Board of Education is proceeding with a $40 million plan to build high-performance (energy efficient) middle schools in the Grantham and Spring Creek communities through a lease-purchase agreement with a developer. The school board would make...
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