Portland officials will hold a community meeting next week to gather ideas for the reuse of the former Reed School in the Riverton neighborhood.

The Reed School Re-Use Advisory Task Force will meet Jan. 29 to present information about the school and some possible uses for the building and seek feedback and suggestions from the community.

The meeting will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Riverton Elementary School Community Room on Forest Avenue.

The Reed School is off Forest Avenue, between Libby Street and Homestead Avenue, and consists of a 33,692-square-foot, two-story brick structure on about 2.5 acres. Originally a school, it was used as the central kitchen and warehouse for the Portland Public Schools until last year when it was transferred from the Portland Public Schools to the City of Portland.

The Task Force was created in September to explore uses for the property.

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