Friday, June 02, 2006

Restoration Society says renovate schools

The Cleveland School District is planning on demolishing four K-8 schools -- William Cullen Bryant in Old Brooklyn, Robert Fulton in Mount Pleasant, Albert B. Hart in Slavic Village and Audubon in Woodland Hills -- and replacing them with new buildings, but the Cleveland Restoration Society has issued a report claiming the district could save $17 million by restoring the historic buildings instead. (Stephen Litt. "Study calls for fixing Cleveland's old schools." Plain Dealer, Friday, June 2, 2006. Page ___)


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