MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Montgomery's struggling school system is looking to sell some of its vacant and unused property.
The Montgomery Advertiser reports that Montgomery public school officials have identified a dozen unneeded schools and lots. They are considering selling the unused property to provide money for a district struggling with building maintenance and student support.
Superintendent Ann Roy Moore says she supports selling as many of the surplus properties as possible.
The district has at least $200 million in deferred maintenance, and that doesn't include an estimated $50 million to rebuild a magnet high school. A committee is being formed to look at the system's capital needs.
Officials already have closed schools and are taking steps to consolidate central office locations to save money.