Millage renewal resolution before White Pigeon School Board

Members of the White Pigeon Community Schools Board of Education this evening are expected to approve a resolution seeking renewal of a sinking-fund millage in May.
Superintendent Jon Keyer said board members will decide what to include in the May 2 vote, when they plan to seek approval of a five-year, 3-mill, sinking-fund-renewal request.
Keyer said based on feedback provided during three public sessions, the recurring priorities include new interior doors, a new water-piping system and a ventilation system that will better control interior temperatures at the start and end of the school year.
Keyer said the May renewal, if approved, would generate more than $4.8 million over its 60-month life.
Tonight’s meeting starts at 6 o’clock at the high school media center.

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