For more than a year, the City of Loganville has been in talks with the Walton County Board of Education over its potential involvement with the new school to be built on property purchased in 2008. The property, 98.31 acres off Bay Creek Church Road, was for a replacement school for Loganville Middle School and later Loganville Elementary School.
The city’s involvement would be in the schools using the city’s sewer system. In addition, the city’s gray water project, which is already bringing money into the city’s coffers, could be expanded and used to provide water for the schools’ ball fields. The plans have now reached a stage where decisions have to be made. A Special Called Meeting of the Loganville City Council has been called for 3 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25, at Loganville City Hall.
“The purpose of the meeting is to decide the city’s participation in the construction of the Walton County Board of Education’s new schools,” City Manager Bill Jones said.