Wheels were put into motion Tuesday night to pave the way for a combined transportation and fleet maintenance facility to be constructed at the former Page Middle School site on Route 17.
Both the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors and the Gloucester School Board adopted resolutions authorizing the county administrator, school superintendent and county attorney to work together to draft an agreement that would transfer ownership of that property from the school system to the county to accommodate both entities’ transportation needs. Once drafted, the agreement would come before both boards for their consideration, most likely by December.
Both the board of supervisors and school board met in a closed session to discuss the matter at the end of a joint meeting, which was held at the T.C. Walker Education Center. During that meeting, a number of other items were also discussed, including a master plan for renovations at Gloucester High School.
Prior to the closed meeting, se...
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