The Gloucester School Board eliminated one of three possible sites for a proposed schools/county vehicle maintenance center during its work session last Thursday at the T.C. Walker Education Center.
By consensus, the board decided to drop the T.C. Walker Education Center site from ongoing work by Hudson and Associates Architects to design the center and examine its three potential locations.
The other possible sites are the old Page Middle School property on Route 17, where the present school transportation facility sits, and property adjacent to the new Page school. All three sites are owned by the school board.
The decision came after the board reviewed drawings with Hudson architect Richard Corner that showed the center’s potential location on each of the sites. The drawing for the education center site showed the new facility being located immediately behind the existing building.
Board member Jarret Lee said he did not see any point in pursuing the T.C...
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