PITTSBURGH - After a second look at necessary renovations to the old Schenley High School, officials with the Pittsburgh Public School District said they still cannot afford to fix the building.
Officials said that one estimate showed renovations would cost more than $53 million and another called for $59.5 million.
School board members will vote on selling the building on Feb. 27.
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