FLINT, MI – Eight parking spaces near Flint school buildings will be renovated after the Board of Education approved a $167,250 resolution at its regular meeting on Wednesday, September 21st.

The asphalt parking lots and storm drains will be demolished and replaced by Berkeley, Michigan-based Stantec Architecture, Inc., according to board documents.

The school buildings that will receive new parking are: Accelerated Learning Academy, Administration Building, Doyle Rider Elementary, Eisenhower Elementary, Freeman Elementary, Holmes Stem Academy, Neutercutt Elementary and Pierce Elementary.

Funds for these works were allocated from the general budget fund, according to council documents.

Superintendent Kevelyn Jones was unavailable for comment after the Sept. 21 meeting because he was at a statewide professional development conference, board President Carol McIntosh said.

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