By Tim Kowols
The Sevastopol Citizens Facility Advisory Committee has narrowed its options to two and hope to take more stock from residents in the coming weeks. The 35-member committee has been tapped to study how to improve the building, some of which dates back to 1924. Miron Construction will give an update to potential cost estimates based on the district’s consultant Bray Architects’ plans when the group meets again Tuesday. Sevastopol Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says the committee is focusing on five major areas: educational spaces, school safety, ADA compliance, common areas, and general infrastructure.
In addition to Tuesday’s meeting at 6 p.m. in the multi-purpose room, Sevastopol plans on hosting open houses for residents at the end of May to learn more about the plans and to see the building before a survey is sent out in June.