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Arlington School Board Defers Capital Spending Decisions

Ryan Self of the Arlington Sun-Gazette reports that “(w)ith government revenue projections seemingly tightening by the day, School Board members and Superintendent Robert Smith have taken their Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) back to the drawing board.” School Board members were scheduled to make a final decision at their June 1 meeting. According to Self, “The school system's policy is to have debt payments not exceed 10 percent of all expenditures, and the latest recommended plan would have payments very close to that threshold in coming years.”

You can read the Schools CIP at the APS website. You can write to School Board members.