Springville-Griffith Institute CSD
Proposed Capital Projects NO TAX INCREASE will result from approval of these projects! PROPOSITION ONE Repair and Renovation of all 4 School Buildings to address Health & Safety Issues Bonds $ 6,433,417 Excel 725,841 Capital Reserve 572,742 Total Cost
• Replace ventilators/air handling units • Handicap accessibility • Raise emergency alarms and lighting up to code
• Remove asbestos • Handicap accessibility • Raise emergency alarms and lighting up to code
• Replace ventilators/air handling units
Springville Elementary School
Colden Elementary School
• Add ventilators • Demolish temporary classrooms, rebuild storage
PROPOSITION TWO Purchase Acreage and Construct New Transportation Facility with Athletic Fields Bonds $ 5,500,000 Capital Reserve 1,500,000 Total Cost
Facility Construction - Bus Garage
Currently high risk to health & safety of employees
Building preparation and two athletic fields
11.3 acres at $214,700
Site Development Site Purchase
Legal, architectural and contingency costs
PUBLIC FORUMS & BUS GARAGE TOURS WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19 - Colden Elementary School Library Media Center, 7:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 3 - Bus Garage, Vaughn Street, 7:00 p.m. TOURS OF BUS GARAGE
Saturday, Nov. 15
10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 6
10 a.m.-2 p.m.
VOTER REGISTRATION DAY THURSDAY, DEC. 4, Noon-8 p.m., Collins Center Fire Hall, Colden Elementary School and Springville High School Library Media Center
PUBLIC VOTE~TUESDAY, DEC. 9 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Polling Places: Collins Center Fire Hall, Colden Elementary School and Springville High School
What if the Capital Project propositions are not approved by the voters? • The bus garage issue would still need to be addressed. • The condition of the structure is a health and safety issue that cannot continue. • The district may be forced to lease alternate space to perform maintenance and repairs on our school buses until a permanent solution is realized. • There are many health and safety issues in the school buildings that must still be addressed as well. These major renovations and repairs would have to come from the general fund budget as emergency contingent expenses with less state aid reimbursement. • Would result in an increased local share to taxpayers. • Excel Aid ($726,000 for this Capital Project) is in the pipeline now, but may possibly be eliminated as part of the state deficit reductions.