County, HRDC seek to replace Head Start building

 


The District IV Human Resources Development Council wants to build a new $1.5 million home for Head Start.

The Hill County Commission this month will apply for a grant to study the possibility of building the facility east of the HRDC building on Fifth Avenue.

It would consist of six classrooms and 11 offices, Head Start director Frank Witter said.

The cost of the building is expected be between $1.2 and $1.5 million, said Annmarie Robinson, deputy director of Bear Paw Development Corp.

Head Start is making the effort to move to a larger, consolidated facility amid concerns about classroom...



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