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EVSC Purchases Property in McCutchanville

first_imgTonight, the EVSC Board of School Trustees approved the purchase of property in northern Vanderburgh County to prepare for the ongoing population growth in this area.  The 135.1 acre property currently serves as Eagle Valley Golf Course.“The Brinker family, who are long time supporters of our schools and the community, approached us with this opportunity,” said EVSC Superintendent David Smith. ”By purchasing this property, it will put us in a position to meet the demands of future growth in this area of Vanderburgh County.”Smith went on to say, “Our School Board had the vision to purchase property for a new school 20 years ago, which is the site of the new McCutchanville Elementary School. This Eagle Valley property is adjacent to our new McCutchanville Elementary School property, so it makes perfect sense to obtain this property for future needs.  Our Board understands their responsibility to prepare our school corporation to meet the demands of this popular residential area in the next decade.”The initial agreement is based on the property being purchased over a three-year time period. The total cost for the 135.1 acres is $3,377,500, including all structures. The cost breakdown is $25,000 per acre. The cost per acre is less that the amount the EVSC paid per acre when the land for the current North High School was purchased in 2008.While future details of the property development have not been decided, school officials are always looking ahead to meet the needs of schools nearing capacity.  The current North High/Jr. High School facility was built in 2012. The complex was intentionally designed to also function as a stand alone high school facility if necessary.  In that scenario, the new property would then be used as a site for a new middle school or junior high facility.Under this agreement, Eagle Valley Golf Course will continue to operate under the management and leadership of Dean and Dirk Brinker. The Brinkers are responsible for the maintenance of the entire property for the next three years. After that time period, the maintenance of the property will be reviewed and renewed on an annual basis.“The opportunity to come to an agreement with the EVSC is great for the community,” said Eagle Valley Golf Course President and Brinker’s Jewelers President Dean Brinker.  “This protects current homeowner property values in the area and makes Eagle Crossing East and West Subdivisions a premier area to raise a family. For the foreseeable future, it gives us an opportunity to continue our family passion of golf, which was started by my father, Roland Brinker”.Dirk Brinker, vice president of Eagle Valley Golf Course and vice president of Brinker’s Jewelers stated, “We are working on some unique opportunities for the current student athletes of EVSC golf programs.”  Dirk added, “It also allows the EVSC an opportunity and the flexibility to create a unique educational experience for the children in the school district.”“This purchase also ensures residents in the area that this property will not be used for retail development.” David Smith added, “I greatly appreciate the Brinker family’s longstanding support of  EVSC and I applaud our School Board for planning to meet the needs of our community when property is made available. If we pass on this opportunity now, it is unlikely a large property like this will be available at the current price in the future.”FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

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