Payson Unified School District Superintendent Ron Hitchcock said he expects some sort of formal action on the sale of the Frontier Elementary School on Friday, April 19 at a special meeting at noon in the district office.
“The offers we have received In meetings so far we have declined reaffirming the asking price,” said Hitchcock, “This will likely be the last back and forth.”
The board will first discuss the details in executive session, and then allow constituent comments before launching into the meeting.
The agenda includes three items, including approval to sell the inventory in Frontier Elementary, selling the building and starting a construction project at Payson Elementary School.
“If the board approves selling the inventory, we will ask staff to make sure nothing is at Frontier that they require and then make a list of items for sale,” said Hitchcock, “We hope to see everything in an entire lot. If there is no bid for the entire lot, we will dispense of individual items.”
Frontier Elementary School site neighbor John Wakelin said he has already seen inventor sitting outside the school.