A contract agreement for the sale of the former Bibb Elementary School will be on the agenda when the Muscogee County School Board meets Tuesday night.
The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in the Muscogee County Public Education Center on Macon Road.
According to the agenda, the price of the agreement between the school district and Earl T. Davis is $15,000.
The building located at 96 40th Street was built in 1915. It was shuttered in 2001 and has fallen into deep disrepair. The roof has collapsed and rain has severely damaged much of the interior.
In other business:
▪ The board will vote on a request from East Columbus Magnet Academy to name its football field after a former instructor John “Pepper” Spurlock Jr.
▪ The board will vote on awarding a contract to Pound Construction as construction manager for the wrestling room additions at Jordan High School, Kendrick High School and Columbus High School.
▪ The board will vote on approving the design, bid and construction for the repair of a sewer line for Eddy Middle School at an estimated cost of $255,000. The concrete pipe now in use has frequent blockages.
▪ The board will vote on members for the board’s 2018 audit committee. Board chair Kia Chambers has nominated Laurie McRae, Pat Hugley Green and John Thomas.
▪ The board will vote on the approval of Barnes-Gibson Architects to develop the school district’s five-year local facilities plan.
▪ Rachel Lawson, a counselor at Blackmon Road Middle School, will receive the school district’s Above and Beyond the Call of Duty Award.
▪ Georgia Power has made a request for an easement at property owned by the school district at 5908 Whitesville Road.
▪ Only one person has asked to speak in the public agenda. That is Theresa El-Amin.
▪ The board will meet in executive session following the meeting.