2018 Capital Project

Proposition #2 was approved by voters and the project has entered the design phase, with submittal of the design to the State Education Department (SED) planned for fall, 2018. Pending SED approval, the District is planning for construction to begin in spring/summer 2019, with the project expected to be completed by early 2021.

Voting on the Proposed Capital Project took place May 15, 2018

Proposition #2 – Buildings & Grounds Renovations: Passed 613 Yes – 244 No

Proposition #3 – Security Cameras: Failed 402 Yes – 458 No

May 15, 2018 Exit Survey

 

Buildings & Grounds Renovations 

  • Total Cost – $9,784,665
  • Includes renovations to all five buildings (CHS, CMS, MED, bus garage, public library) and campus site work
  • No Additional Tax Impact – This proposition will not require the District to raise taxes (projection based on current market conditions)
  • More about Proposition #2

 

Documents & Presentations

Capital Project Presentation – Public Hearing May 1, 2018

Capital Project Presentation – Public Info Sessions February 13 & April 17, 2018

Pre-Referendum Scope of Work – BOE meeting 1/23/2018 & Public Info Session 2/13/2018

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