Hamilton School District Town Meeting to Present Bond Plan
The bond that paid for construction of the new Hamilton High School is being retired. However, school officials see that as an opportunity to continue improvements throughout the public school district.
At a Town Meeting Wednesday night, March 1, the School Board and Hamilton Superintendent Tom Korst will present a proposal that continues the current tax levels for the district residents, but makes some significant changes in the facilities.
Here's the plan, in general terms:
The general fund levy and bond requests would probably be on a June special election ballot for the Hamilton School District.
The Town Meeting is from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the auditorium of the Hamilton Middle School on South 5th Street.
The School Board will have its regular meeting March 14, also at the Middle School auditorium, and the bond issue will be on the agenda.
By the way, two school board members are up for election in May. That will be a mail-in election.