The Clay Community School Board of Trustees was presented with six more locations for a potential bus garage location Thursday.
Per the recommendation of school board members, the administration contacted INSafe, a division of the Indiana Department of Labor, which works with all parties to make the workplace healthy and safe.
Scheduled to originally arrive Feb. 9, to review the Quonset hut, inclement weather resulted in a reschedule to today.
The six properties are located near Pinckley Street, Hendrix Street, County Road 50, State Road 340, United States 40 and Waterworks Road, and Turner Road and U. S. 40.
Each property was broken into 11 categories, concerning location, site acreage, use of existing building for bus garage, the amount of bus garage acreage, the possibility of property lease, the property cost, appraisal amount average of two, yearly utility costs, could the site be used to also include Central office, building upgrades needed and any other notes.
The board asked the administration to look into three of the six properties.
In other business during the meeting, the board unanimously approved:
* The fiber optic bid submitted by AXIA Technology Partners bid, which included an initial build cost of $436,337.45 and an annual maintenance cost of $27,158.46 for a five-year total cost before the e-rate of $572,125.75.
The board approval is dependent on a positive e-rate review,
* A request from Clay City Jr./Sr. High School Principal Jeff Bell to begin an Academic Booster Club at Clay City, which will be led by parents for the purpose of promoting academic programs,
* A list of checks that had not been cashed in two years and need to be canceled.
The Business Department reviews a list each year but only after two years the uncashed checks written off. Letters are sent to individuals as reminders, and
* The Indiana Prevention Resource Center 2010 Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Use Survey. The survey was given in 2006-07 to students in the middle and high schools and the information is used to write grants and to evaluate the impact of alcohol, tobacco and drug education programs.