I have lived in Sequim since 1991 and I’m voting YES on the bond! Our schools aren’t just institutions of learning; they reflect our civic pride.
Jo and Steve Chinn were setting up some field exercises for their three flat-coated retrievers — Hissy, Dinah and Flo — as Jo explained that the training couldn’t happen without two frozen birds named Mr. Waddle and Ichabod.
It’s a little late in coming, but kudos go to Attorney General Bob Ferguson, whose bill to strengthen Washington state’s open government laws by requiring training for public officials was signed into law on March 27 by Gov. Jay Inslee.
In just a few weeks voters in the Sequim School District will be asked to vote on Proposition 1 — School Improvements General Obligation Bonds — $154,325,000, the largest school bond proposal in the history of Clallam County.
Kelly Shea, the superintendent of Sequim Schools, will spend hours with you showing you school facilities and explaining why the district wants the community to approve the $154 million school bond on the April 22 ballot.
On April 22, voters who live in Sequim School District will be asked to make a decision that will shape the future of every resident of eastern Clallam County: Should Sequim Schools be authorized to issue bonds to rebuild or renovate nearly every school in the district?