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Questions answered about upcoming Summerland bond project

 

October 17, 2019

LuAnn Schindler

Community input • (l-r): Ed Nordby, a Ewing school board member and part of the bond visioning committee, and Ewing Public School principal Greg Appleby, discuss advantages of the proposed Summerland building project. A community meeting was scheduled for Oct. 16, in Clearwater and Orchard Public School will host a meeting Sunday, Oct. 20, at 7 p.m. During the community presentations, a variety of topics are presented, including financial data regarding the tax levy, use of current facilities and educational offerings.

The Oct. 10 edition of the Summerland Advocate Messenger included a section of frequently asked questions regarding the proposed Summerland school building project.

Questions and responses were supplied by Bobcats Unite, a group of volunteers from Clearwater, Ewing and Orchard communities who have been researching the issue, finding answers to questions and presenting information to the public.

This article contains the second half of questions and responses.

Summary Statements

(based on projections):

• Efficiency alone results in savings by 2026-27 fiscal year.

• Efficiency and tax cr...



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