Following a closed meeting of the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors and the Gloucester School Board on Sept. 20, both boards adopted a resolution that would begin the process of transferring ownership of the former Page Middle School property from the school system to the county.
Based on that resolution, the Gazette-Journal reported that the former school site was singled out to be used as a combined fleet maintenance facility for both the county and school system.
However, Gloucester County Administrator Brent Fedors said that the resolution’s intent was to begin the process of transferring ownership of the property with a separate intention of the two boards to work together to negotiate an agreement for a joint fleet maintenance facility. According to Fedors, the county and school system are also still considering portions of the current Page Middle School site and the T.C. Walker Education Center site, along with the former Page site, as potential locations for the tr...
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