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A proposition to sell the former Sunshine Building in Lincoln Park

Proposition #2

Shall the Board of Education of the Albany City School District be authorized (a) to sell the property located in Lincoln Park, Albany, NY (the “Sunshine School”) for a price not less than $125,000, less usual and customary closing costs or, in the alternative, (b) to transfer the Sunshine School to the Albany Community Development Agency for no consideration ($0.00)?

 

Voters overwhelmingly approved the sale of the former Sunshine Building in Lincoln Park for not less than $125,000 on May 15, clearing the way for the district to sell the building to the Boys and Girls Club of Albany. Pending voter approval, the Board of Education voted at its May 3 meeting to sell the building to the Boys and Girls Club for $155,000.

 

The measure passed 3,612-510 (88 percent approval).

 

The Sunshine Building is the former home of the district's Central Registration, Pupil Personnel Services and Special Education offices. Those offices relocated last year to the district's new registration cetner at 75 Watervliet Ave.

 

There was one more proposition on the May 15 ballot related to the school district, which also was approved by a wide margin:

  • Proposition #3 asked the public to authorize the sale of the former Philip Schuyler Elementary School/Albany High School for not less than $2 million.

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