Could Norwalk City Schools be considering using state money to fund the construction of a new building?
Superintendent Dennis Doughty said the district owes it to the community to at least consider the possibility. He said now is the first time it makes sense for Norwalk to do so because "the community wouldn't have to pay for the bulk of that."
Doughty brought up the issue during the school board's finance committee meeting Wednesday. A story about this subject was published in Thursday's issue of the Norwalk Reflector.