There are no immediate plans to add to the school, according to East Quogue Superintendent Les Black. But the district wants to keep its options open, he said, because space is tight.
“I would say it would be foolish on our part not to explore the possibility of purchasing the property,” he said.
At the School Board’s November 17 meeting, Mr. Black said he plans on meeting with the lawyer representing the property’s owner in the near future, in order to find out the asking price of the land and possibly begin negotiations. Mr. Black said he did not know the... more