Preservationists ask to salvage items from Coultrap
GENEVA – Geneva School District 304 board officials were receptive to hearing about proposals from a resident regarding the safeguarding and preservation of salvageable materials from the Coultrap facility.
The board voted to raze the old school, which opened in 1923, because it is too expensive to maintain. Coultrap has served as high school, junior high, middle and elementary school. It was closed as an attendance center in 2009.
Colin and Glorianne Campbell had first spoken out against demolishing the school. But this week, Colin Campbell asked board members to consider forming a committee to create a list of things to be salvaged.
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