District 9 Seeks Bond Measure in the November General Election
The Eagle Point School Board has voted unanimously to seek a $58.3 million bond measure in the November general election. The bond, if passed, would add classrooms to address crowding and future growth, enhance the learning environment and improve safety and security throughout the district.
The proposed bond measure calls for adding classrooms at Eagle Point High School, Eagle Point Middle School, White Mountain Middle School, Eagle Rock Elementary and Hillside Elementary. It would also provide funds to replace the Elementary part of Shady Cove School, built in 1928, for Grades 1-5
The cost to property owners would be approximately $1.30 per $1,000 of assessed property value, or $390 a year for a property assessed at $300,000.
A district committee and a constituent survey helped shape the list of projects included in the proposal.
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