East Hampton Superintendent of Schools Richard Burns. town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc, and School Board President J.P., from left to right, met in the supervisor's office Monday to close on the sale of the former scavenger waste treatment site from the town to the school district. The schools will use the property as a bus depot with a classroom for an auto mechanics program. KYRIL BROMLEY
Two years after voters approved the purchase, the East Hampton School District on Monday closed on the purchase of the former East Hampton Town scavenger waste treatement center. The property will be converted into a bus depot and classroom for a new mechanics vocational program.KYRIL BROMLEY
The East Hampton School District has been leasing the former Schaefer Bus Company property on Route 114 to store its bus fleet. The district will be moving the operation to property it approached next to the East Hampton Town Recycling Center on Springs-Fireplace Road. KYRIL BROMLEY
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