KEARNEY, Neb. (AP) – The Kearney Public Schools board is set to decide what will become of the former Kearney High School building.
The Kearney Hub reports that the board is expected on Monday to select one of three proposals for the building, including one from a local church that appears to have board support.
That bid from First Baptist Church would offer $260,000 to take the building as is and consider donating the south slope of the property to the city for use as a park.
The two other proposals include one from a construction company that would require the school district to pay for the cost of asbestos removal, and another from a group of investors that would pay various amounts for different portions of the school.