LASD school board moves ahead with $101 million bond proposal
The Ludington Area School District’s board of education approved a resolution to pursue a $101 million bond proposal that would build a new pre-kindergarten through fifth grade building and renovate the secondary school complex Monday at a special meeting.
The approved resolution moves along the process where the project should not exceed $101 million. The plan is to build a new pre-kindergarten through fifth grade building on the northwest corner of the Outcalt Property near the intersection of Jebavy Drive and Bryant Road. New additions and renovations would be done at the middle school and high school with the retention of the auditorium and pool, but with renovations and upgrades. The district would improve its transportation center and athletic facilities.
Kennedy is recommending that the cost not exceed $101 million. That total cost could include items that are needed or wanted based on input from the teaching staff or other constituents.
The bond is projected to be before voters in May 2019.