I think that the Brown school should be looked at more closely. These buildings are always cool in the summer due to their brick face.
As other citizens have stated to me, we would assist in the move at no cost. We could also build handicap ramps for no labor costs. I believe that the Mayor puts up a shield and blocks out the citizen.
Well I know you never worked in all bricked building throughout the summer. These buildings are not cool in the summer. It is just the opposite. The bricks heat up and the building becomes a huge oven retaining their heat. There is no parking either. The streets around that school are busy enough so parking on the street is out of the question.
Assisting in the move is a good thought but it would never happen and the city wouldn't allow it. Too much liability if someone got hurt and what if something ended up missing or broken? Do you realize how much stuff that needs to be moved. Only a professional moving company will be able to assist the city hall employees with that type of move.
Building a handicap ramp needs to be done by certain precise specifications. There is also the liability factor there too. It will comprise of building the forms and filling with concrete and rebar which is very expensive. This isn't a residential home will pressure treated wood could be used. What if the ramp deteriorates and becomes useless in a short time? Who will rebuild it?
And lastly who has the time to do this? Everyone is working one or even two jobs. There is domestic work to be done around their own homes. Weekends are for the family.
I know that many private organizations such as social clubs have projects planned (such a yard cleanups) with 30 or more people that say they will show up and on the actual day only 2 actually do show up! What if no one shows up, now the city is stuck.
Why don't we volunteer and assist in repaving the streets too? Great idea but it just won't happen. Even the planning and logistics with volunteers will take time. This is not a "show up and go" like the neighborhood cleanup programs. Even those take a few months to plan for.