By Tim Kowols
Even after a series of open houses, tours, and meetings, the Sevastopol Citizen Facility Advisory Committee will head back to the drawing board. The group suggested two options in the $45 million to $57 million range, but survey results showed residents would be unlikely to support a referendum for either plan. The school district’s architect recently showed the committee four other trimmed down proposals, reducing potential costs to between $24.5 million to $37 million. Sevastopol Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says the findings do not take away from the work the CFAC did to get to this point.
The committee will meet again on July 25 to discuss the trimmed down proposals and develop a new timeline. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. inside the high school library.