The Boyle County Board of Education's planned purchase of 27 acres of land from Centre College is temporarily on hold.
Superintendent Pam Rogers told board members Thursday that Centre President John Roush informed her the sale was tabled at this month's Centre Board of Regents meeting and will be addressed again in January.
"This does not mean the purchase is canceled; it means a temporary delay," said Rogers.
Rogers said Roush told her the regents had several pressing matters to address at this month's meeting, and that the land sale will continue once the regents are able to act.
"I plan to talk to Dr. Roush next week to get more details," said Rogers. "That process is on hold now at this point, but we expect to move forward in January."