Though no final decision was made, the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors and school board are one step closer to deciding on the location of a combined fleet maintenance facility that will be a “win-win” for both entities. A decision is expected at the two boards’ next joint meeting on March 21.
Supervisors and school board members heard a presentation from Richard Corner, senior partner at Hudson & Associates, the architectural firm handling the design of the facility, during a joint meeting Tuesday night at the T.C. Walker Education Center.
In his presentation, Corner provided comparisons to what the facility would look like and cost both at the old Page Middle School site, where the school’s current transportation facility sits, and at the new Page site. A third site adjacent to T.C. Walker was eliminated by the school board earlier this year.
Corner estimated the cost of the facility at the old Page site to be just over $6.7 million, while the co...
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