Lyle to discuss bonds, new committees Monday

Published 6:30 pm Saturday, April 7, 2012

The Lyle Public School board will look at bond refinancing and forming new committees at its monthly public meeting Monday.

The board could save $350,000 in overall interest, or about $25,000 per year, by refinancing the district’s current capital bond, according to Interim Superintendent/Principal Joe Guanella.

Board members will also review its public comment policy once more. Guanella advised the board at its March meeting to revert to its original public comment policy to keep things simple. The board did away with a controversial comment policy that required residents to register 10 days in advance of a board meeting to publicly address board members. Though board members agreed in March to revert back to their original policy, no formal action was taken.

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Board members will appoint a committee for administration needs as well.

Guanella will share preliminary results of a staff technology survey for the 2013-2014 school year.