Richland School Bond Meeting


The Superintendent of the Richland School District will answer questions from the public tonight (9/10/12) about a 98 million dollar bond that will be on the February ballot.

Last month, the school board approved the bond which if passed by voters,  will replace three aging elementary schools plus build a new elementary and middle school.

Tonight, a Citizens Bond Committee made up of parents, students and teachers is holding it's first meeting.  The meeting starts at 6 pm at the school district's administration building.