Elementary School in Single Family Residential Zoning District (R-1)
Demolish and rebuild existing structures at Murray Elementary School. The Project would include construction of multiple buildings, with an area totaling approximately 71,439 square feet (sq. ft.). Buildings would include classrooms; library, media center, administrative and multi-purpose rooms; athletic and play fields. The existing Murray Elementary School facilities include 22 permanent classrooms and nine (9) portable classroom buildings. The proposed Project would include demolition of 17 permanent classrooms, removal of nine (9) portable classroom buildings, and construction of 34 permanent classrooms totaling approximately 45,750 sq. ft. The existing five-classroom kindergarten complex completed in 2014 will remain.
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Educational (71,439 sq ft)
Site Plan, Annexation
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