Soulsbyville School Seeks Bond
With a million dollars in the bank and the state committed to $5 million more, the Soulsbyville School District is hoping voters will pass Measure B to help the school expand and renovate to hold more students.
The $1.5 million dollar bond would help pay for 12 new classrooms, two new parking lots and a new multipurpose room and gym for the school.
Deirdre Write, who is on the bond committee, said the bond would add $30 in property taxes for every $100,000 of assessed value on Soulsbyville-area homes. She said the average homeowner would pay around $45 to $60 a year until the bond was paid back.