The West Las Vegas board Monday approved the sale of two portable classrooms that would have cost more than $100,000 each to bring up to code, officials said.
Superintendent Jim Abreu told the board the portables are no longer functional and are being used for storage. He said the Public Schools Finance Authority has offered to buy the two portables for $15,000.
“The portables are not usable. If they don’t meet code, we shouldn’t be in there and they are also taking up space. PSFA is interested and they are willing to buy them from us,” he said.
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