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School District 70 Approves Resolution to Put $60,000,000 Bond Question on November 5, 2019 Ballot
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At the Tuesday, August 20, 2019, Pueblo County School District 70 Board meeting, School District 70 approved a Resolution to put a $60,000,000 bond question on the November 5, 2019 ballot. The bond money would be used for infrastructure repairs to our aging schools such as parking lot repairs, traffic flow, site drainage, roof replacements for 16 schools, electrical upgrades, interior and structural repairs as well as life safety items which would include upgrade of security systems and security cameras. It is anticipated that this will cost $.48 for each $100,000.00 of property value or an estimated increase of $1.08 per month for residential property and $1.95 per month for business property.

Ethan Beeman made a presentation to the Board for approval to travel out of state for the Rye High School FFA trip to the National Convention on October 29th November 3, 2019 in Indianapolis, IN. The FFA has driven to the National Convention for the past three years; however, this year they will be flying in order to arrive on time for the competition. Beeman is anticipating 10 students participating in this event. He has five guaranteed spots filled with four qualified as national best science and the Chapter President. Anyone in the Chapter may participate in the competition and Beeman has seniors who have graduated and are in college coming back for the competition. The $600.00 fee per student is covered by funds raised at the Rocky Mountain Oyster fry, the homecoming barbeque and by sponsors.

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