Bid Now to Save a Historic School Building in Trinidad

The Trinidad School District’s old administration building at 240 N. Convent St. is in dire condition and is no longer being used. As a result, the Archuleta School District is selling the building as is.

The District will be accepting any and all bids through April 28, 2011.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact Jack Bay CFO at 719 845-2047 or jack.bay@trinidad.k12.co.us

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  1. Wendy Dunst
    Posted October 23, 2015 at 9:16 pm | Permalink

    Descendent of Henry Schneider founder of The Schneider brewery

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