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1/4/2011 12:15:00 PM
HUSD will form new aquatic center committee
Prescott Valley Tribune


The Humboldt School District B-Bond Steering Committee will meet Tuesday at 4 p.m. in the Bradshaw High School West Campus library. The meeting is open to the public.

The committee will present an overview of the B-Bond process, as well as a history of the proposed aquatic center at the high school.

The HUSD Governing Board asked the steering committee to create a sub-committee to secure letters of intent for use of the aquatic center, and to identify partners for the center.

Currently, Patti Eller and Bill Riviere serve as co-chairs of the subcommittee. During the meeting, the steering committee will select new sub-committee members (no more than 15). The committee will develop an action plan for talking to potential partners and discuss the type of committee HUSD needs from each partner.

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