Bryan School Board Resells Former Carver SchoolFeatured Stories, News Friday, January 17th, 2014
Two months ago, the Bryan school district sold the former Carver school and adjoining land near Kemp School to a developer to build homes.
A month later, the developer backed out.
This week, a school board majority approved an amended contract with the developer.
Instead of an all cash deal, the school district will occupy 1,600 square feet of office space in the renovated school at no charge for five years.
The value of the five year lease was set at $164,000 dollars while the district will receive $27,500 in cash.
Superintendent Tommy Wallis says the developer is ready to start work.011314-Tommy-Wallis-says-the-developer-is-ready-to-start.mp3
David Stasny was concerned that the agreement did not set a lease rate after that period.011314-David-Stasny-comments-about-the-lease.mp3
Five board members approved the agreement while Stasny abstained and Tommy Bosquez voted no.
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