Bishop will revisit decision on keeping Mooney in city
Bishop George V. Murry’s decision to keep Cardinal Mooney High School in the city isn’t a done deal.
A Wednesday statement from the Catholic Diocese of Youngstown says that new information about the costs of asbestos remediation to the school building has prompted the bishop to review his June 4 decision to keep Mooney on Erie Street.
Bishop Murry has appointed a committee to review information regarding the school renovation. The committee includes a parent, a pastor and people with expertise in Catholic school mission, education, finance and building construction.