SEAFORD - The Seaford School District held an informational meeting today about why voters should approve a plan to allow the district to sell a vacant building to a condominium developer.

Voters will go to the polls on Oct. 14 to decide if the district should sell the building, which district officials say is costing $100,000 a year in upkeep. The plan calls for more than 100 condos, which could generate more that $600,000 in taxes for the district.

However, some residents say they're concerned that the condos will increase traffic in their neighborhood and decrease their property values.

Neighbors wary of plan to sell old Seaford school building