On Tuesday this week, Cave Spring citizens will have a chance to toss around what they would like to see becoming of the former Cave Spring Elementary School property.

A town hall at the school’s auditorium will begin at 6:30, but citizens came come starting at 4 pm to tour the property.

The City of Cave Spring purchased the property for $40,000 late last year after the community rallied around the “Save Cave Spring School” movement.

All of the city’s counsel members will be on hand to listen to ideas with the town hall being moderated by former chairman of the Rome-Floyd County Chamber of Commerce, Al Hodge.

One of the things that the location cannot be is a school or a technology resource center.  The provision was part of the purchase agreement between Cave Spring and the Floyd County Board of Education.

Several ideas have been tossed around for the usage of the property including; a business incubator, community center and government housing.