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(AUDIO) Well Drilling, P2T Funding discussed at Monday night’s West Point-Beemer School Board Meeting | KTIC Radio

(AUDIO) Well Drilling, P2T Funding discussed at Monday night’s West Point-Beemer School Board Meeting

(AUDIO) Well Drilling, P2T Funding discussed at Monday night’s West Point-Beemer School Board Meeting

The West Point-Beemer School Board met for their regular monthly meeting Monday night. Superintendent Bill McAllister says there’s going to be a new well drilled at the school.

McAllister says there are several water fountains at the school with filters that are safe to drink water out of, and others that aren’t that have signs on them that the school wants to transition into filtered water fountains.

P2T Funding was a discussion item at Monday’s meeting. McAllister says there are three options the P2T board will be discussing at upcoming meetings.

Next Monday’s meeting is scheduled to start at 7:00 p.m. in Fremont, according to McAllister.

The School Board also approved adoption of the budget at the meeting.

McAllister said.

The total amount of the budget is about $17.5 million, down slightly from last year.

Click here to listen to Interview with McAllister 

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