The Jefferson Board of Education and Jefferson City Council are trying to work out a date for the two groups to meet and discuss how the school system can acquire the old city library at a reasonable price.
The BOE had invited the council to meet next Monday night before the regular BOE meeting, but Mayor Roy Plott said that wouldn’t work for the council. City Manager John Ward proposed meeting Oct. 2 before the council is slated to meet on its budget.
Superintendent John Jackson said Tuesday that he’s checking with BOE members to see of that date will work, but may not make a decision until next week.
For the full story, see the Sept. 17 issue of The Jackson Herald.