Central to chart school land options
CENTRAL - The Central School Board and Central City Council will hold a joint meeting to discuss the future of 29 acres, which for decades served as the home of Central Middle School.
Superintendent Michael Faulk has offered to make part of the 61-year-old building available as office space for local government offices.
Faulk says he has heard from Central residents who want, among other things, to use the vacant property for a new city center, a museum and a new high school.
Faulk's ideas for the former Central Middle, estimated to cost $5 million, make up one of four ballot propositions before voters on Nov. 16.
The school board and city officials hold a meeting Monday to discuss the future of the school property.
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