An important public hearing is planned for this Thursday (November 11) in Virgil.
Town board members will consider rezoning the former elementary school to make way for a future construction project.
Developers wish to build out 28 apartment units at the location.
Community members will be able to speak at Thursday’s meeting. Resident-organizers have already indicated they’ll be gathering in attendance.
“More people with more voices are important to let the Virgil Town Board hear from the community on the future of Virgil School and the four corners of our community,” reads a Facebook post.
Written comments can be emailed to email@example.com.
Virgil School closed after the 2018 academic year due to lack of enrollment.
The same was done at Parker School, which is now being transformed into an early child care center by CAPCO and YWCA.
City council voted to officially move that process forward last month.