Trustees review district needs

   Facility improvements and a possible new high school stadium that together could lead to a nearly $100 million bond election was discussed by Bay City school board members at a special meeting Monday night. 
   Trustees’ discussion was focused on “Bay City ISD Future Bond Planning,” and they will soon hear community input from trustee-selected committee members. 
   “At this time we are discussing the facility needs of Bay City ISD and we have not called an election,” said Superintendent Keith Brown. 
   “We have identified facility needs at all five of our campuses that are in use and we are making plans to possibly improve those facilities to meet the needs of current and future students.” 
   While still in the planning phase, trustees are making changes to make a proposed bond issue more appealing to citizens. 
   “We need to do some programming to get these numbers where they need to be,” said Bo Ledoux, vice president of Claycomb Associates, Architects, which the district hired in October 2014 to consult on facility needs. 

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