Committee suggests pursuing lease-purchase agreement for old Clinton High
CLINTON - A buildings committee is recommending the East Feliciana Parish School Board use a different strategy to find a taker for the old Clinton High School.
Superintendent Carlos Sam says the committee signed off on pursuing a lease-purchase agreement on the building that has been vacant since the 1980s.
The school board opened bidding on the school built in 1903 earlier this year but found no buyers. They're expected to decide on pursuing a lease-purchase option instead Tuesday.
That means the person renting the property would get first dibs if it's sold.
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