I think it's bizarre that a leader making $175,000 per year worked in a building for 8-years that was "crumbling before her eyes"? and didn't take action to fix her district's own administrative offices?How many people in Latrobe actually know what the plans are for that building?Sara indicated that she was at the school board meeting when they discussed this. Did they ever discuss who the other potential bidders were, besides the church? Did they ever indicate why the problems of the leaking roof and mold in these basement were never addressed and allowed to get to a point that the building is now unsalvageable? Yea, its going to take a collective effort of the town's people to finally get up and make this happen. We sure don't have a history of giving a damn.
Why would any professional at that income level even go to work in such an environment?
That doesn't make sense!
Nor does the "urgency" of the sale of the building!
Hence, what I think is more likely, the building is more than restorable and various entities got together -- to create a narrative to serve their purposes -- and to hell with history!
Let's build a parking lot!