Members of the public are invited to provide comments Monday on the final facilities scenarios provided by the Longview School Board.
At 7 p.m. Monday, the Longview School District’s board of directors will open the floor to the public to hear comments on its proposed $109 million and $121 million plans to upgrade its failing facilities.
The $109 million option would involve district-wide safety and security improvements, as well as the replacement of Mint Valley Elementary, Northlake Elementary and Olympic Elementary.
The $121 million option would include all of these upgrades in addition to relocating and replacing Broadway Learning Center, the district’s special-needs preschool.
This public hearing comes at the end of a yearslong process to identify the district’s greatest facilities needs and create a priority list of which projects should be addressed first.
According to Monday’s meeting agenda, the board also hopes to officially adopt a final facilities “scenario” to place on the Nov. 7 ballot, following the public comment period.