School Board Mulls Bond Issue For Updates, Renovations
The Sulphur Board of Education approved a motion to move forward with a $1.85 million bond issue in 2019. The move was made at their regular monthly board meeting on Monday night. The motion was made following a brief executive session with no action taken in executive session.
The bond proposal will not increase taxes to the citizens in the district as it will replace an existing bond that is coming off the rolls. The proposal will be to update and replace all the fixtures in the restrooms at the high school, middle school and intermediate school and the high school gym. Bond money would also be used to replace the roof on the intermediate school and replace some flooring in the high school. A special meeting to begin moving forward on the bond proposal will be held Thursday evening, December 6 at 5:15 p.m. at the administration office conference room.
Other action taken after executive session was the approval of the resignation of Brooks Cole; employment of Seth Hensley as bus mechanic; and an employee stipend.
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