News & Media on the West Ada Plant Facilities Levy
CTE focus on Plant Facilities Levy:
Public Testimony from February 27, 2023:
WASD Plant Facilities Levy:
West Ada School District hoping to pass $500million plant facilities levy on ballot by Idaho News 6 (KIVI)
"Plant levy facilities projects can address a building’s systems, such as air conditioning, HVAC and plumbing, or its physical structures, such as the windows, restrooms, kitchens and gyms. Plant facilities levy money must be used for school construction and improvement. Legally, it cannot be used for operational expenses, salaries or anything else."
Idaho News 6
“The Plant Facilities Levy is another opportunity for our community to support West Ada students. If we are all in for our kids, there’s no doubt that there will be a return on investment, whether it’s in the form of high academic achievement, a stronger workforce, or graduates that stay in the community they grew up in and pay it forward.”
Dr. Derek Bub
West Ada trustees agree to put a record-breaking, $500 million levy on the ballot by Carly Flandro - 02/27/2023
"We are committed to avoiding future facility-related plant facility levies and bonds for the next ten years."
Dr. Derek Bub
"I’m grateful for the district's diligence in addressing these needs."
Board Chair, WASD
"In West Ada, packed classes, potholes in hallways, and safety concerns are among the issues driving the plant facilities levy talks."
Idaho Ed News