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Pre-Bond Planning Committee - Shared screen with speaker view
Caryn Davis
13:55
I can attend both, I prefer to drive.
Melinda Fitz-Henry
14:23
I can attend both. I would like to drive
Michelle Zelenka
14:44
I can go on the 9/18 tour. I'd like to drive.
Sylvia Valentine-Garcia
15:02
I can do both but would prefer Santiam Canyon as I live out that way. I would like to drive myself.
Andrew Aman
15:08
I'm a maybe for NM and a yes for Santiam. Prefer driving myself.
tracy_lewis
16:00
I can do both. Prefer to drive. Can carpool if anyone lives in S. Salem.
Kylie
16:13
I will not be able to go on the 18th. Will check on my schedule for the 22.
Courtney Karns
17:00
I will not be able to go to either.
Dandy Stevens
17:57
Tours are optional. We will take notes and pictures and share at the next meeting
gmiller
29:23
I agree phasing is a big deal with school work and can be costly depending on what is decided on.
Sylvia Valentine-Garcia
31:23
can't see the bottom
gmiller
39:11
Do we know what the AVG assessed value of homes are in the Gervais SD is?
tracy_lewis
45:18
At the risk of showing my math ineptitude... these rates are per $1000, so a $100K house at $2.00 levy would be $2x 100 ($200) wouldn't it?
Caryn Davis
49:18
The calculation is $100,000 X 2% = $2,000
tracy_lewis
52:19
so it's actually $2 per $100 dollars AV.
Terry Beilke
52:54
I believe head start spent 1.5 million for remodel
Bob Martin
59:05
What’s the total amount the district can get from the state?
Dandy Stevens
59:19
$4 m for OSCIM
Dandy Stevens
59:31
$2.5 m for each seismic upgrade
Dandy Stevens
59:51
only elementary and high school can get seismic
Courtney Karns
01:02:28
Dandy, I think you mentioned this earlier, but it looks like if we are going to ask taxpayers to approve one of the bond packages you showed earlier (13 million, 15 million…) that that doesn’t even cover plan A for any of our options. So it looks like we need to really prioritize what needs to happen for each option A
Dandy Stevens
01:03:24
If we adjust the numbers for the middle school, I think you will see that the numbers become much better or doable. The high school won't get everything. It could be a phased approach.
Caryn Davis
01:09:45
Tracy is correct, it would be $2 X $100 on a $100,000 home, for $200 extra paid. Much less.
Dandy Stevens
01:10:12
Well, that is much better news!
Caryn Davis
01:11:00
Sorry, I was looking at it as a percent not dollar.
iPhone
01:13:28
I am looking forward to seeing the other buildings and getting numbers for prefab buildings. They really can be made to look good. I think having those numbers will really help everyone think creatively within our budget.
tracy_lewis
01:15:45
I think we can look at some bigger bond amounts.
gmiller
01:15:54
Agreed, The voters have to understand what they are getting and how much it is going to cost them.
Becky
01:16:13
What are the chances of in person at some point?
Eliana Belle
01:24:41
Thank you!