Friday, September 10, 2010
Michigan School for the Deaf Superintendent David Sanderson Announces Possible Collaboration with Powers Catholic
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From the aerials, it looks like the main building that you see from Court St (or is it Miller at that junction?) will stay intact.ReplyDelete
Keep in mind, I like the design of the new Fay building, I just wanted to ensure that the main building with the columns would be restored and not demolished.
I'm still not exactly sure where the Fay Building will be built, but the fact that they are preserving the main building is nice to see.
Who will be utilizing that main building anyways? Does anyone know the name of that building?
the new Fay Academy will be build where 2 ruined buildings (old gym n annex to Brown Hall). The Fay Hall will be restored.ReplyDelete