The $270,000 will be a welcome, albeit small cash infusion for Wright State, which has struggled to deal with its ongoing budget crisis. The university is trying to slash another $10 million from its budget by June 30.
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In October 2016, Wright State decided to sell a parcel of land it owns in Yellow Springs to Miami Township for $350,000.
The university owned 26 lots at the intersection of Xenia Avenue and Herman Street in Yellow Springs and sold 11 of them. Those 11 lots had sat vacant for several years, WSU spokesman Seth Bauguess, said at the time.
Fecher did not say during the board meeting whether the remaining lots are what the board has agreed to sell for $270,000. More details will be added to this story as they become available.