Council declines bid for Lincoln High School tracts of land
Single bid of $50,000 received
August 5, 2021
The city will hold onto land formerly occupied by the old Lincoln High School for a little while longer.
The Green River City Council voted to reject a bit for two tracts of land Tuesday evening. The bidder was William H. Smith and Associates, which had submitted a $50,000 bid for the land -- half of its appraised value.
The land is part of three tracts created after a fire in the abandoned high school caused it to get torn down. Tract A of the properties has had homes built on it, but the
The vote split the Council, with Jim Zimmerman, Robert Berg, Mike Shutran and Gary Killpack voting to...
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