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School Board Votes to Reject Bids for GOAL Building

Posted: Tuesday, June 15th, 2010 at 6:30 am
Author: KNIA/KRLS News-Samantha Smith


The Knoxville School Board voted to reject current bids for the GOAL alternative school building at their meeting last night.  Superintendent Dr. Randy Flack says they received two $60,000 bids from Lifeline Resources and Trinity Lutheran, but believes the building is worth more than that.  Dr. Flack mentioned that other parties have shown interest in the building over the past week but none of them have submitted formal bids at this time.  The board voted to reject the bids and wait to see what other bids are submitted in the future.