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NCHS Board Holds Bonda Sale Hearing

NCHS Board Holds

Bond Sale


By Alex Haglund

The Nashville Community High School Board met for their regular meeting for the month of January at 6 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 19, in the new media center.

Immediately prior to the meeting, the board held a hearing on the sale of bonds to help finance the upcoming $850,000 asbestos removal project. No members of the public spoke at the hearing.

Later in the meeting, the board discussed the bond’s rate. In the past, the rate has been approximately 18-cents, but the board members and superintendent Wendy Davis discussed lowering it to 14-cents.

“If we keep it the same, we’re looking at a payout of about three-and-a-half years,” Davis stated, “where if we lower it a bit, we’d be looking at about four years for the payout.”

For More, Please Read The Jan. 28 Edition Of The Nashville News.

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