WILLISTON (AP) - An old junior high school in the oil boom town of Williston is being converted to low-income housing for seniors.
Officials say the cost of the conversion is pegged at $8.5 million and will be funded by federal housing programs.
The school building was built and 1931 and has been shuttered for several years. Plans call for 22 one-bedroom apartments and 22 two-bedroom apartments at the newly named Lutheran Social Services Legacy Living facility.
Officials say the project is slated to be completed by September 2013.