6/25/14 – 5:05 A.M.
The Seneca County Commissioners have been asked to sell the building that houses the Early Childhood Development Center in Fostoria. The Courier reports the Superintendent of the Seneca County Opportunity Center, Lewis Hurst, made the request Tuesday. Hurst says the service’s provided by the agency would continue in Fostoria even if the building is sold.
The Opportunity Center pays $18,000 a year to rent two classrooms for the Development Center. Those classrooms are not used fulltime. Hurst says the center could be located in another public space to continue providing services to Fostoria.
The Early Childhood Development Center offers services to children from birth to age three.
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