Superintendent says current building too old to fix
By Shannon Brock
Monday, October 12, 2009 at 8:00 pm
The Anderson County Board of Education took the first step last week toward building a new Early Childhood Center — but don’t expect any ground to be broken for at least a couple years.
At a special meeting Sept. 28, the board approved a BG-1, which is a project application form the district submits to the Kentucky Department of Education.
However, district officials don’t expect to be able to start on the project for two to three years, said Superintendent Kim Shaw.
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