Sunday, December 12, 2010

The Week of December 13, 2010


Here are some of the Committees and/or Events that I will be apart of this week. Below, I attach the schedule for the Robertson County Commission.

Relax and Ride -
On Monday, December 13, 2010 at 10am a "Relax and Ride" bus will be on display at 104 7th Avenue West (Springfield, Tennessee – right next to the current Alternative School) to generate interest and prpvide an example of the buses to be used in the program I have discussed in previous posts (here, here & here).

Alternative School Project -
On Thursday, December 16, 2010 at 2pm, the "Bid Opening" for the Alternative School project will happen at Bell & Associates Construction, L.P. at their offices in Brentwood, Tennessee.
Recall that this project is the one in which the "Water Bonnet Property"/Acme Boot Plant will be re-modeled and re-furbished. As described:
…[t]he project consists of the demolition and build-out of a new Alternative School located in an existing building at 800 Water Bonnet Blvd. The scope of work includes a complete interior build-out including drywall, interior finishes, flooring, mechanical/electrical, millwork, plumbing and fire protection.
Education Committee / School Board –
The RCC Education Committee meets on Monday, December 13, 2010 at 6pm, and the RC School Board will meet at 7pm.

RCC Schedule –
MEETINGS SCHEDULED WEEK OF:
December 13 - 17, 2010
Date & Committee/Board Time Location
Monday - December 13
EMS 5:00 P.M. EMS Building
Education Committee 6:00 P.M. Central Office
School Board 7:00 P.M. Central Office
Tuesday - December 14
Joint Meeting:
Law Enforcement & 5:00 P.M. Sheriff's Office
Workhouse Board
Solid Waste 6:00 P.M. County Office Building
Wednesday - December 15
Open
Thursday - December 16
Finance 1:30 P.M. Finance Office
Friday - December 17
Open

9 comments:

  1. What will the alternative school cost to refurbish? Another question is it required by state or federal law to provide an alternative school for those who have been kicked out of regular classes?

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  2. Anonymous: That is what the Bid Opening will determine this Thursday, and it is estimated/best reasonable guess that it will be somewhere in the neighborhood of $650k to $950k. // As far as required by law, it is under the guise of state law that governs alternative schools.

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