Much of today's Wake County Commissioners meeting will be focused on school issues.
Commissioners will vote on an amendment that will give them until Dec. 5 to work out the construction details for the new career and technical education high school. Instead of a lease-purchase, the plan being considered now is to outright purchase the former Coca-Cola bottling facility on South Wilmington Street.
Commissioners will also have second readings on purchasing the former YWCA building for a school site and reallocating money for renovations for the two single-sex leadership academies. Commissioners raised issues at the last meeting.
You've also got the 2012 State of the County Address, where school issues will likely be an element. You could hear talk about school funding and the school bond issue.