Mill Bond Exploratory Ad Hoc Committee

Mill Bond Exploratory Ad Hoc Committee


Mill Bond Exploratory Ad Hoc Committee - Findings and Presentation to DCSD Board

Video of MBEC Presentation (June 7, 2022)

Presentation Slides (June 7, 2022)




Mill Bond Exploratory Ad Hoc Committee

The charge of the Mill Bond Exploratory Committee (MBEC) shall be to explore the needs of the district, both ongoing operational and capital needs, and to assess the feasibility of a successful Mill Levy Override (MLO) and/or Bond issue on the November 2022 ballot. The MBEC will sunset on July 31, 2022 with the option to continue, as needed.


Committee Term

The MBEC will sunset July 31, 2022, with an option to extend if needed, as determined by the Board of Education.


Responsibilities
  • Work with the Superintendent to study the needs of the School District and the current budgetary constraints of the district to meet those needs.

  • Assist in maintaining public trust and confidence in the district through active involvement in MLO/Bond communications.

  • Provide a comprehensive presentation at a board meeting prior to the end of April 2022, on findings of the needs and feasibility of MLO/Bond measures for November of 2022, to include information gathered from the Master Capital Plan and recommendations from all Board Committees.

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Outside Agencies

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