MEEKER I The plans are complete, calculations have been made and the state considers the permit in place to be valid but the cost of repairs and how much will be the responsibility of The Neenan Company and how much will be shouldered by the Meeker School District have not been reconciled.
MEEKER I “We’re getting closer,” said Meeker School Superintendent Susan Goettel about the repairs needed at the new elementary school building.
Dear Editor: Two weeks ago the Governor’s Office of State Planning and Budget announced that the state will need to cut $200-$500 million from its fiscal year 2012-2013 budget.
Dear Editor: It is with regret that I withdraw my name from the ballot of the RE-1 School Board election coming in November. I came to the realization that I was not going to be able to commit 100 percent to the responsibilities and obligations which the Meeker school board deserves.
MEEKER I Come and hear what our school board candidates have to say!
MEEKER I The Meeker school board agreed to begin moving forward on the repairs to the new elementary school but construction will only begin after a separate geotechnical firm reviews the building’s existing foundation.
MEEKER I With the Meeker High School cafeteria serving as the new board room, more than 50 taxpayers joined the Meeker Board of Education, The Neenan Company, SCI, Inc., and Vanir for a public workshop Tuesday to discuss the current status of the new elementary school, the needed repairs and a timeline for completion.
Dear Editor: In light of the letter to the editor from Mr. Kennedy with regard to the ongoing problems with the Meeker school board, I was wondering how many signatures would be required to initiate a recall of the entire current Meeker school board.