School Board forced to delay approval on sale of former Maytag home/district office
“It’s just frustrating to me that we have to wait another month to close the deal,” Newton Community School Board of Education President Andy Elbert said.
The feeling seemed to be universal at Monday’s meeting, as the board passed a 5-2 vote to postpone the final sale of the former Maytag home/district office for a yet to be determined date. Nat Clark served as acting president, due to Elbert’s late arrival, and presented the matter to the board.
“We held the public hearing, so that we would adhere to the letter and intent of the law,” Clark said. “We need to defer action for a resolution specific to Iowa Code 279 to comply with all statutes. Then, follow with a final public hearing and sale of specific property and abstract.”
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