Greeley School now one property and for sale

2013-07-16T01:30:00Z Greeley School now one property and for sale Montana Standard
July 16, 2013 1:30 am

Butte school trustees voted on Monday to consolidate the Greeley School building and its property and allow facilities supervisor Jed Hoopes to advertise for bidders.

The district has owned the closed building, but Butte-Silver Bow County formerly owned the property it is located on at 2400 Silver Bow Blvd.

“We finally got it all consolidated,” said Hoopes. “It’s all under one ownership.”

The school was shut down in 2004. Both building and property sat in limbo while the county and the district offered various proposals in 2011 and 2012, but nothing solid transpired.

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