The Gloucester Board of Supervisors will discuss the Memorandum of Agreement for the property transfer of the old Page Middle School property during its first meeting of 2022 on Tuesday, Jan. 4 at 7 p.m. in the colonial courthouse.
Under the terms of the agreement, the school board would give ownership of the old Page property to the county. The school board has a contract with Oyster Point Construction to build the transportation administration and bus maintenance facility for around $7 million.
Being the first meeting of the year, the board will vote on the rules of procedure, code of ethics, and standards of conduct for 2022. They will also adopt the meeting schedule and appoint board members to represent the county on several regional boards and commissions.
This meeting will also be the first for the newly elected Petsworth District representative Ken Gibson, who is replacing Mike Winebarger.
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