Guilford school board wants Greensboro to pay for pool

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Guilford County school board wants the city to pay to build a pool at Grimsley High to replace one now slated for demolition.

At its meeting Tuesday night, the Board of Education voted 7-3 to ask city officials to build a new pool at the school. Board members Darlene Garrett and Nancy Routh, as well as Vice Chairman Amos Quick, voted no. Chairman Alan Duncan, an attorney who represents the city, abstained from voting to avoid a conflict of interest.

The board also unanimously approved using $400,000 it received from the city in March toward demolishing the existing pool facility.

Read more: Greensboro News & Record