The remainder of the $150 million would go towards assignments such as mechanical upgrades, ADA updates, parking large amount repairs, and all-climate tracks.
Corona requested what would come about if voters reject the bond proposal as they did pay out-as-you-go.
Ryan Henry of Sherman & Howard LLC stated the district would have to go again to the drawing board, commencing the process more than again with potentially a unique ballot issue.
Keener explained, “It’s obvious to all people that the faculty district has capital improvement demands and often will have.”
He moved to take the college district’s proposal to difficulty