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AgZeit Chosen For Otego Elementary

Unatego To Sell

School To Agzeit

Unatego Central school board member Dick Downey was one of two board members to vote tonight against AgZeit’s proposal to redevelop the Otego Elementary School building into an indoor produce-growing enterprise. The board narrowed the building’s fate from four to two proposals: one from AgZeit, which intend to create an indoor farming facility; and The Kildonan School, which hoped to open a secondary school for students with Dyslexia. The board opted for AgZeit’s proposal, voting 4-2 in favor of the Endicott-based company. (Parker Fish/AllOTSEGO.com)

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Unatego Reopens RFP For Otego Elementary

 

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Unatego Reopens RFP

For Otego Elementary

Citing “multiple delays,” the Unatego School Board has ended its agreement to sell the former Otego Elementary School to Agzeit. (AllOTSEGO.com photo)

OTEGO – The Otego Elementary School is back on the market.

Citing “multiple delays,” the Unatego School Board announced today it has “terminated” its agreement with AgZeit, the indoor agriculture firm in Endicott, and has reissued its RFP – request for proposals – to find another developer for the school building it decided to sell last year.

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Oneonta Christian School Looks At Otego Elementary

Oneonta Christian School

Looks At Otego Elementary

Unatego Central Board Also Considers

Housing, IT Firm For School It Closed

Unatego Central School District closed Otego Elementary in 2017, and consolidated the lower grades in Unadilla Elementary.

OTEGO – Three new plans for the former Otego Elementary School building, including one from the Oneonta Christian Academy, will be presented to the Unatego Central school board at a special meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 28.

The entire board will hear the presentations, ask questions, and then make a decision at a Nov. 4 meeting on which proposal to accept.

The three proposals are:

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