Sevastopol Committee Recommends $25.1 Million Option for School Renovation

Posted on Aug 2, 2018 by miron_admin

The Sevastopol School Board will be asked at its Aug. 16 meeting to place two referenda on the November ballot – a $25.1 million option to replace and renovate aging portions of the piecemealed school and a request to approve $2 million in operational costs for two years.

That was the conclusion of Sevastopol’s Citizens Facility Advisory Committee (CFAC), which convened last October to come up with a plan to update the school within a monetary framework taxpayers can support.

The decision at the July 25 CFAC meeting to go with what was called the basic option by the design-build team of Bray Architects and Miron Construction was effectively the end of the line for the citizen committee, and the decision to go ahead with the November referenda is now in the hands of the seven-member Sevastopol School Board. Read more … 

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