CMC moves toward sale of old Grand Avenue location
The Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees unanimously passed a resolution that authorizes the sale of the college’s previous central administrative offices and gallery space at 831 Grand Ave. in Glenwood Springs.
CMC’s central support staff and ArtShare gallery moved across the street to 802 Grand in 2011, putting the old location on the market.
“It’s not really needed for future use by the college,” said Board President Glenn Davis.
The resolution authorizes Davis or CMC President Carrie Hauser to move forward with the sale process, but does not specifically address either of the pending offers on the space.
“At this point, I think there are other negotiations that need to take place,” Davis said.
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