Highline School District may sell ‘surplus’ property to Burien; hearing is June 26
The Highline School District announced Thursday (May 30) that it is considering selling a ‘surplus’ property to the City of Burien, and will be holding a public hearing starting at 6 p.m. on Jun 26 at the ERAC Building.
The property – located at 1010 S. 146th Street in Burien (map below) – is considered “surplus because it is neither necessary for nor required for school purposes.”
Here’s the full announcement:
The Board of Directors (the “Board”) of Highline School District No. 401 (the “School District”) intends to hold a hearing on June 26, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. at Highline School District ERAC building; 15675 Ambaum Blvd. S.W., Burien, WA.
The purposes of the hearing will be (a) to declare a portion of real property located at 1010 S. 146th St., in the City of Burien, County of King, Washington (the “Property”), as surplus because it is neither necessary for nor required for school purposes, and (b) to authorize the sale of the Property to the City of Burien pursuant to Chapter 39.33 RCW, the Intergovernmental Disposition of Property Act. The proposed use of the Property is for development of the Northeast Redevelopment Area (“NERA”).
The Property is legally described as follows:
That portion of the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter lying northwesterly of S. 144th Way and northerly of S. 146th Street.