Woodland Hills School Board Votes Down Sale of Administration Building
The administrative offices also will not be moving to new office space in Braddock.
The Woodland Hills School Board decided Wednesday night not to sell the district's administrative building in Churchill and lease new office space in Braddock.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is reporting that the board voted 5-4 to reject the plan. Board members Fred Kuhn, Tara Reis, Bob Tomasic, Regis Driscoll and Brian Estocin voted against the plan. Colleen Filiak, Jeff Hanchett, Marilyn Messina and Robert Clanagan voted for it, according to the Post-Gazette.
The agenda noted the school board would vote on approving an agreement with Trek Development for the sale of the property at 2430 Greensburg Pike. In January, the board approved the sale of the administration building with the plan to move to new office space being built by Trek in Braddock on the site of the former UPMC Braddock Hospital.
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