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Meetings set Tuesday on USD 115 bond proposal
06/27/2022

(KMZA)--The first of two community meetings on a bond proposal to fund improvements to Nemaha Central Schools is set Tuesday, June 28.  

The first meeting will take beginning at 12 noon and the second beginning at 7 pm in the Nemaha Central High School commons area.  

Information will be presented on the bond proposal, and USD 115 board members, school administrators and staff, along with the project designers, will be on hand to answer questions.  

Work began on a new bond proposal after USD 115 patrons soundly defeated a $37.6 million bond proposal last November.  Removed was plans for an auditorium and new gymnasium.  

The new proposal includes classroom additions to the high school, along with renovations at the high school—including new HVAC and fire sprinkler systems.

The proposal also includes an addition at the elementary school for the early childhood program and renovation of the high school's CTE building.    

The total project cost has been estimated at $24.2 million.

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