Passage of Cheney school bond needed to accommodate growth
Letters to the Editor
The Cheney School District has chosen to go for round three of the bond proposal vote.
In 2015, the voters rejected the $44.8 million bond twice. I have pleaded with the school board, at their meetings, to come up with a lower bond amount and only go for the needs not all the wants. Instead, they have pushed the amount from the previous $44.8 million to now $52 million.
This is a new tax, and since it is an unlimited general obligation bond, it is like a new mortgage on our property. Even those who rent pay through their rent.
I am the mother of two daughters in the Cheney School District....