Everly council discusses school building purchase
Members also receive water tower report
October 22, 2020
The change in ownership of one of Everly's most unique properties sparked brief discussion Monday during a quick city council meeting.
Mayor Brad Behrens gave an update on Clay Central/Everly's former 7-12 grade building, which was sold last week by the school board to Guardian Education & Athletic Services (GEA) for $5,000. The sale involves the entire property, including outbuildings.
"Hopefully it works out for them," said Behrens, who expressed his concerns about the sale during a public hearing Oct. 7 with school board members and GEA representatives. "I wished them well and hope f...
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