HR Schools Moving Toward Bond Measure

The Hood River County School District continues to move toward preparing a bond measure to present to voters in 2016.  District Superintendent Dan Goldman says a community workgroup of 40 to 45 members have been evaluating information on the condition of the district’s facilities and enrollment and growth, while staff is analyzing the fiscal issues involved.  Goldman says the district board will hold a December 9 worksession to go over the options, noting the possibility of including a new building remains on the table, especially given the age of the district’s facilities.  Goldman added the district board would need to decide by January whether to put a bond measure on the May ballot.

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