The Remington School building, still owned by Central Valley School District but not being used since the merger with Mohawk, is being sold to the Herkimer BOCES for $1.
The BOCES has been operating in the building for the last seven years, running the Pathways program out of the converted elementary school.
Before it can, it has to go through a public vote among residents of all ten of the BOCES component districts.
That vote will take place Tuesday, September 29th. If it goes through, it’ll be owned outright by the Herkimer BOCES, and they’ll be able to do the renovations they’ve been waiting on.
It still holds the appearance of the elementary school it used to be.
District Superintendent Sandra Sherwood said the sale will help the students at Remington feel a lot more ownership over their own space.