The Shoreline School Board and the Shoreline Historical Museum Board have approved an agreement in principle

Monday, January 25, 2010

By Craig Degginger, Public Information Officer
Shoreline Schools


The Shoreline School Board and the Shoreline Historical Museum Board have approved an agreement in principle that will address both parties’ interests. This agreement will allow the Museum to support passage of the February 9, 2010 School Bond Proposition #2 and assures the future of the Shoreline Historical Museum in the Ronald School Building. The agreement is dependent upon passage of the School Bond.

The Shoreline School Board approved the agreement at a special meeting on Monday, January 25. The Shoreline Historical Museum Board approved the agreement at its meeting on Saturday, January 23.

• The Shoreline Historical Museum (Museum) agrees to purchase approximately 19,500 sq. ft. of property adjacent to the Shorewood High School site.

• The Shoreline School District (District) agrees to pay for the relocation of the old Ronald School Building, which houses the Museum, to the adjacent property purchased by the Museum, and to pay for the costs associated with the relocation itself, including the move, utility connections, and repair costs attributable to the move, resulting in the Ronald School being in the same condition as it was before the move.

• Upon relocation of the structure the District will convey the building title free and clear to the Museum at no cost.

• The District agrees to allow the Museum to utilize Sunset Elementary School for Museum operations and storage during the structural relocation of the Ronald School Building at no cost. The Museum, however, will be responsible for the operational and utility costs during their occupancy of Sunset Elementary School.

• The District and Museum agree to work in good faith to negotiate, resolve and coordinate the details and legal issues involved in implementing this Agreement in Principle, in an effort to accomplish it consistent with the planned Shorewood High School implementation schedule.


Shoreline School District
Susanne Walker
Marcia Harris
Michael P. Jacobs
David Wilson

Shoreline Historical Museum
Victoria Stiles
Henry J. Reed
Robert Phelps

Facilitators:
Ken Noreen
Robert L. Olander

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