Elementary school will be built in downtown Oklahoma City

June 7, 2011
Site used to be known as "Skid Row"

From The Daily Oklahoman: The Oklahoma City (Okla.) School Board has chosen a 2.5 acre lot as the site for a new downtown school. The site for the $11.1 million elementary school has been a vacant lot since 1990 and used to be known as "Skid Row." After months of analyzing a dozen sites for the downtown elementary school, a task force recommended the site to the board.

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