Naperville School District 203's administration is recommending the school board ask voters for a tax hike to fund improvements, including an $87 million renovation of Naperville Central High School. Now the question becomes, will the typical Naperville homeowner agree to pay another $82 a year for 20 years?
That's the amount a $43 million bond issue will cost the typical Naperville D203 resident. All told, the school board on Dec. 3 will be asked to support $115 million in projects, which include $7.3 million to expand Mill Street School.
What do you think of the plan? Since it doesn't propose any affect on Knoch Park, what does it say to you about the future of such Martin-Mitchell amenities as the garden plots and scout camp? Did the officials at D203 get it right, and will you support the referendum?