May 16, 2013 | Vol. 117 -- No. 4

School board votes to surplus Fisher Building

The Cheney School District board of directors voted unanimously to declare the district’s Fisher Building as surplus property. It’s the first step in the process of selling the 84-year-old former high school, appraised at $1,055,000.

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The Cheney School Board voted to surplus the 84-year-old Fisher Building.

District executive director for finance and operations Brian Aiken told the board the appraisal figure, prepared by Auble, Jolicoeur & Gentry, was in the “ball park” for what they expected. He also noted that the district does have the ability to ask potential buyers to meet certain conditions in any sale, such as retaining the historic nature of the bu...

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