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NJUHSD Seeks Bond Oversight Committee

Now that Measure B has passed by a narrow margin and the election has been certified, work can begin on the next step of issuing 47-million dollars in bonds for repairs and upgrades within the Nevada Joint Union High School District. District Superintendent Louise Johnson says the next item of business is to appoint a citizens oversight committee…

Listen to Louise Johnson

Johnson says she hopes there will be more, but by law the community members must represent those who are active in a senior citizens organization, a taxpayers organization, members of the business community, parents of students, and then there can be community members at large. Newly-elected board member Jim Drew says he would like to see people get involved…

Listen to Jim Drew

The committee will meet quarterly, and applications are available on the district’s website (www.njuhsd.com).  The deadline to apply is February 6 at 4pm. As for the bonds themselves, Johnson says the district will begin issuing them in the spring.


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