City and education officials, both facing tight budgets, are trying to find a way to preserve four historic buildings on the campus of Baldwin County’s newest school.
When Foley Middle School opened in August, educators and students no longer needed the old auditorium, office building and library. Education officials asked Foley to take over the buildings and a church on the campus, said Ken Mason, school system construction coordinator.
“The city of Foley was looking at leasing the old auditorium, old library and part of the old administration area,” Mason said. Mason said several other buildings on the campus, such as the newer wings of the old middle school, will be torn down