Are you looking for a job in the Cary area or know someone who is? There are soon to be almost 470 new jobs to come to the Cary area. These jobs would come as the Wake County school system moves its main administrative offices from Raleigh to Cary. The administrative offices will be moving to Crossroads Corporate Park off of Dillard Drive and near the Crossroads Shopping Center by spring of 2011. The new home of the Administrative Offices will be bigger than their previous home with over 99,540 square feet of space. This location was chosen over another alternate location in Raleigh, because the district will not have to share the office with any other tenants and will be the only one in the building.
With the current budget crunch, it is reassuring that the move is expected to save the district $29 million dollars over the next twenty years. The big change for parents will be that this is the location where you will register your children for school and pick up records, along with attending Board meetings.
Wondering what the District will do with the empty buildings they are leaving behind? The plans are to sell the buildings on Wake Forest Road, and the properties on New Ben Avenue and Nobel Road. The sale of these buildings alone is expected to generate much of the savings of the move, which is expected to equal over $20 million during the next five years.
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