Harrison High School’s full $14.5 million package of renovations has another chance.
Cobb County Board of Education member Lynnda Eagle, who represents Harrison as part of her West Cobb district, asked Chairman Scott Sweeney to add the SPLOST-financed project to the agenda for the school board’s May 9 work session. Sweeney agreed, and David Banks also backed the move.
Sweeney added the Harrison project as an action item, meaning the board will reconsider its March 22 decision to delay the school’s proposed ninth-grade center indefinitely and proceed with other planned repairs and improvements separately.
Eagle’s request, in the final moments of a 2½-hour meeting, might offer real hope for the Hoya Nation.
She had explained during the board’s work session April 11 that she wasn’t bringing the ninth-grade center back for another vote because it was pointless unless one of the four