Per state law, Proposition C has been created to provide taxpayers a choice of whether to invest in more athletic upgrades than what is already proposed in Proposition A (e.g., a $44M competition arena (or “gym” as the District refers to it verbally, This bond proposition contains many “Destination District” projects which are explored here.
What’s in the $94M Proposition C?
A whole bunch of expensive athletic upgrades and facilities. Take a look.
LTISDTransparency.org’s Summary of Proposition C
Using the data from the “Meeting #4” publication of the Long Range Facility Planning Committee, here is a recap of what is in Proposition C.
It’s All “Priority”
If any of the athletic asks was not included in the bond proposal recommended by the Long Range Facilities Planning Committee, those asks were not disclosed. All line items requested by the Administration was included in the bond proposal due to the debt capacity (i.e., the credit limit of the Royal Canadian Bank credit card). So voters now will be able to review and either agree on the principle plus interest debt that would be incurred, or ask the District, the Committee and the Board to sharpen the pencil and scale this bond back for the top priorities.