Email conversations between Daniel Hoying, a CPS attorney, and Jack Bartley, Mercy's COO/CFO, date back to at least June 28, according to records obtained by The Enquirer. 25, CPS sent a purchase offer to Mercy officials, records show.
The two sides have apparently reached a deal, according to emails, though details will remain confidential until it is finalized.
We are also a 501(c)(4) tax-exempt organization under the United States Internal Revenue Code.
Youth track & field is a great way to get kids started in a physical fitness program, and CTCYO attracts over 2,000 kids in the Cincinnati area.
Cincinnati Public Schools will spend .85 million to buy the former Mother of Mercy High School building in Westwood.The league helps kids discover their potential, make new friends, gain newfound self confidence, and has changed lives for over 50 years.Administrative support is provided exclusively by volunteers, and the organization is comprised of over 30 Catholic Parishes, Catholic Schools, Christian Organizations, and Youth Track & Field Recreational Teams. The purpose of this web site is to provide updates and information to the coaches, athletes, and parents in the Cincinnati Track CYO program.“We learned recently that local media may be developing a story about the possibility of a pending sale of the property, and we want you to know from us where we are in the process.Again, the conversations are in the early stages.” CPS Superintendent Laura Mitchell said the school district first started thinking about the possibility of buying the building back in 2017, shortly after news broke that Mercy would merge with Mc Auley High School in College Hill.