Is Red Clay using Red Clay local funding to inspect Christina’s school that may become part of Red Clay?

OCTOBER 2015 FACILITIES COMMITTEE REPORT

The committee also discussed WEIC in relation to facilities and maintenance staffing. There was general agreement that there should be a facilities assessment done to review the condition of the buildings that would become part of Red Clay in comparison to existing Red Clay buildings.

Folks what this “Red Clay” committee wants is building assessment reports that must be completed by qualified civil and environmental engineers. Before Red Clay’s school board approves going forward, we the taxpayers should know the potential cost for these inspection. In my opinion the fund should come from the state and not local tax dollars or state funding associated with operating Red Clay.  

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4 responses to “Is Red Clay using Red Clay local funding to inspect Christina’s school that may become part of Red Clay?

  1. Will (presumably) go into the plan as part of the funding request for the transition years. Don’t borrow trouble, my friend 🙂

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  2. kilroysdelaware

    wouldn’t make sense to have a facilities committee review the building after its a done deal! Makes all the sense in the world to have the study now to know what $$$$$$$$$ is need to bring buildings up to par

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  3. Who determined the needs and cost of Red Clay’s schools,

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  4. Publius e decere

    If the Christina district has not maintained the buildings properly, then the Christina district should be charged all costs to bring them up to appropriate condition.

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