School, city land sale is approved
RANDOLPH — The City of Randolph and the Randolph School District sold a .32 acre tract of land north of the school bus barn in Randolph to First State Bank as announced during their regular school board meeting on June 17.
The City of Randolph gained a net income of $3,511.85 for their .12 acre tract of land. The Randolph School Board gained a net income of $5,936.38 for their .20 acre tract of land.
After 30 days the sale will be final.
There is also an extra .0189 acre triangular parcel of land that the city will deed to the school, according to Kelsey Backer of the City of Randolph.
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