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New debate begins on fate of Bozeman’s East Willson School

Deteriorated Willson School
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Kevin Barre, Director of Facilities for Bozeman Public Schools, walks through the deteriorated hallways of Willson School on June 12, 2012, assessing the structural and water damage sustained by the historical building. 

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Deteriorated Willson School
Mike Greener/Chronicle

Kevin Barre, Director of Facilities for Bozeman Public Schools, peeks in a classroom at Willson School on June 12, 2012, while assessing the structural and water damage sustained by the historical building.

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East Willson School, the red brick building that has stood on Bozeman’s Main Street for 110 years, is in sad shape, and the School Board is trying once again to decide whether to fix it, sell it or raze it.

School Board trustees have begun what’s likely to be months of discussion between school leaders and the community about the historic building’s fate.

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