Remaining Opportunities to Provide Feedback on Greene County Schools Possible Bond Referendum

January 11, 2018 5:31 am
Steve Karber speaking at a community meeting in Scranton

Steve Karber speaking at a community meeting in Scranton

There are only a few opportunities left for the public to give feedback and suggestions on how they would like to see a new high school and career academy built for the Greene County School District.

The school district is looking at a possible bond referendum to build a new high school and career academy in Jefferson. OPN Architects is the firm the school board hired for the potential project. OPN will be at two locations today. They will be at the Scranton Community Center at 8:30am and at the Rippey Community Center at 10:30am.

Two additional dates have been scheduled for later this month for the public to attend. School board member Steve Karber will be at the Greene County Community Center at 10am, 1, 5, and 7pm on Thursday, January 18th. The final date is Monday, January 22nd at the Grand Junction Community Center at 10am, 1, 5 and 7pm.

Once all public input meetings are held, OPN will consider all feedback and develop conceptual drawings and develop a bond referendum. Signatures for the bond measure to be on the ballot for a special election on April 3rd is by mid-February.

 

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