Board Members Explain Their Vote on Facilities Master Plan
The CH-UH School Board voted 3-2 to approve the facilities master plan. Members explained why they supported or opposed the idea before voting. Here's what they had to say.
At Tuesday's regular Cleveland Heights-Univeristy Heights School Board meeting, members voted 3-2 to approve the facilities master plan, a $206.2 million project that will reconfigure and renovate buildings in the district and calls for closing three elementary schools.
Before starting the formal vote, each board member explained the difficulty they had making the decision and why he or she supported or opposed the plan. Browse the photos above to see excerpts of statements from each board member.