Some neighborhood association leaders had been urging the district to let Sustainable Development Partners back into the process after the charter school Academie Lafayette dropped its plan to be part of the Foutch Brothers’ Westport High School proposal.
Some neighborhood association leaders had been urging the district to let Sustainable Development Partners back into the process after the charter school Academie Lafayette dropped its plan to be part of the Foutch Brothers’ Westport High School proposal. File photo The Kansas City Star
Some neighborhood association leaders had been urging the district to let Sustainable Development Partners back into the process after the charter school Academie Lafayette dropped its plan to be part of the Foutch Brothers’ Westport High School proposal. File photo The Kansas City Star

Second developer will re-enter the bidding for Westport High School

September 12, 2014 03:30 PM

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