School board approves platting process for wellness center
The wheels are in motion for the Basehor-Linwood health and wellness center, and another step has been cleared.
The Basehor-Linwood School Board unanimously approved Monday night to have the land for the center platted through Level Four Engineering. The city of Basehor requested the district have this land, which is located next to Basehor-Linwood High School on 155th Street, platted in lieu of the city's decision to waive a transportation excise fee of more than $200,000 on the project. Superintendent David Howard and several board members agreed they wanted the district to maintain a positive relationship with the city, and fulfilling this request would contribute to such a relationship.
Platting the land will cost the school district approximately $4,500.
For more on this story and further information from Monday's school board meeting, see Thursday's issue of the Sentinel.