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CAMP HILL Plans for demolishing the vacant Schaeffer Elementary School are moving forward in the borough.
With two members absent, the Camp Hill School Board on Monday voted 6-1 to approve an agreement with for demolition management and planning services for Schaeffer in the amount of ,100, with up to an additional ,500 for the hazardous material abatement phase of the project.Schaeffer Elementary School.File photo.
School Board President Stephen Karl after the meeting said the actual demolition of the building has not been put out to bid, so the district doesn't have a firm figure for demolition costs.
The current estimate being used by the district is between 0,000 and 0,000.
Demolition of the building might begin in early summer. The district will attempt to salvage two murals in the building and the time capsules thought to be on the property.
has stepped up urgency on the demolition project, Karl said after the meeting.
The, which has been vacant since the end of the 2010-11 school year, with the intent to demolish the school, instead of selling the building to local developers, who proposed repurposing it as condominiums for senior citizens.
Board Member Barbara LaBine voted against approval of the agreement with SSM Group Inc. in Reading. LaBine after the meeting said her vote against the agreement was consistent with her vote in February against keeping Schaeffer, adding that the agreement was not a good use of our funds.
Board Members Mark Stewart and Gwendolyn Browning were absent from Monday s school board work session.
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