Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Sale of Schools
Many of the commissioners objected, but that is not stopping Sullivan County officials from going forward with a plan to auction off two former school buildings. Both Cedar Grove and Valley Pike were closed when schools consolidated. Commissioner Bill Kilgore wanted to stop the auction and give a church interested in buying the property to turn it into a community center time to meet with the community to raise money to purchase and maintain the building. The vote failed by one, which raised eyebrows since one commissioner left without stating a reason moments before the vote was cast. The auction date for the schools is set for November 2nd. (CC)

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