Schenley High School is basically saved, right?
Everybody now realizes that asbestos remediation would really only cost around $7 or $8 million, plus certain logistics (which would be incurred either way), is that correct? We all have come to learn that despite its advanced age, the old girl still works like a Swiss watch?
We don't have to take you through the architecture and the feng-shui lecture again? We don't have to explain how the geographic and economic diversity of its student body is a big part of that formula? So it's not going to be "saved" just to become a designer school, right?
That's the plan? No particular need to hold this matter over the heads of the teachers union as a looming variable during negotiations?