“Maybe it will be something wonderful,” said Westside Housing Organization executive director Gloria Fisher about the sale of the crumbling West High School complex to Foutch Brothers. “I really hope it is because I love this community.”
“Maybe it will be something wonderful,” said Westside Housing Organization executive director Gloria Fisher about the sale of the crumbling West High School complex to Foutch Brothers. “I really hope it is because I love this community.” Allison Long The Kansas City Star
“Maybe it will be something wonderful,” said Westside Housing Organization executive director Gloria Fisher about the sale of the crumbling West High School complex to Foutch Brothers. “I really hope it is because I love this community.” Allison Long The Kansas City Star

Sale of West High School is bittersweet for Westside Housing Organization

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