South Fayette denies Trib's request for information on possible high school expansion
The South Fayette School District on Thursday denied the Tribune-Review's request for documents pertaining to a possible high school expansion.
The request, filed under the state's open records law, sought cost estimates the school board discussed for expansion options in a feasibility study by Eckles Architecture & Engineering.
The district denied the Trib's request based on a provision in the law that exempts “pre-decisional deliberations” from becoming public. The board has not voted to move forward with an expansion project.
Board members on July 1 talked about the progress of the study by New Castle-based Eckles.
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