The ABC has the story that the ACT Government is going to shell out big bucks to try and get Kambah’s Taylor Primary back to a usable condition.
In March, an engineer found that wooden frames in the 40-year-old building had deteriorated and that asbestos may become exposed.
The ACT Government will now spend almost $13 million repairing and refurbishing the school.
More than 200 students and staff will remain at nearby Namadgi School until the end of 2013, while the Taylor Primary site is refurbished.
UPDATE 22/05/12 17:56: There’s now a media release promising a return to the school by 2014.