By JOHN McCALLUM
Managing Editor 

Levying its needs

Cheney School District asks voters to help plan for growth, technology needs

 

Last updated 10/24/2019 at 10:37am



CHENEY – If it seems that the Cheney School District is always running a bond or levy these days, you wouldn’t be far from the truth.

Most of it could be chalked up to growth — something district officials see as occurring at an ever more alarming pace. The need to address that growth is the main reason behind the district’s latest request for money — a $4.274 million capital facilities levy appearing on the Nov. 5 ballot, which should have already hit voters’ mailboxes.

A yes vote would impose a 50 cents per $1,000 of assessed property value tax on top of the district’s curre...



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