Baldwin school board agrees to donate land for community center if voters approve financing

At a special meeting Monday, the Baldwin school board agreed to donate land for a proposed community center.

The donation is contingent on Baldwin City voters approving financing for construction of the center. The land made available is in what is called the Rhulen property, which the district owns, immediately north of Baldwin High School and east of North Sixth Street.

Baldwin City Parks and Recreation director Steve Friend first approached the school board in November about the district donating land for a community center as part of a partnership with the Baldwin City Recreation Commission, Baldwin City and Baker University.

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