Comment 73848

By Jonathan Dalton (registered) | Posted February 07, 2012 at 14:54:23

What really burns about this is that the school board is allowed to sell for profit what was given to them from the city of Hamilton. It makes it absolutely perverse that they are allowed to do this in order to leave downtown when the purpose of the gift was to keep them downtown. Are there no legal avenues for the City to prevent the sale of the land, or to be entitled to the profits? Would there not have been a clause in the original sale agreement to protect the city's interests?

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