NCWLIFE Hosts a Town Hall on WHS Bond
WENATCHEE, WA – NCWLIFE Channel will host a Town Hall on Wednesday, March 21 at 7:00 p.m. at Wenatchee High School to discuss the proposed $120-million bond to repair and improve WHS.
Dan Kuntz will be our host and moderator for the 1-hour special program, broadcast LIVE on the NCWLIFE Channel 12 (LocalTel), 19 (Charter), 47.1 (Over the Air) streaming on our website at www.NCWLIFE.com/live-stream or on the NCWLIFE Facebook Page.
Citizen questions are welcome now via email at News@NCWLIFE.com or directly through the NCWLIFE Facebook Page or Twitter. Questions may also be submitted through the comment section of the NCWLIFE Facebook Page during the broadcast.
Great Opportunity to Learn More about WHS Bond
This night is designed for information only. The public is welcome to attend and listen as members of the Wenatchee School District, High School, students and a citizen’s committee presentation. They’ll discuss Wenatchee High School’s history and current condition; the process and planning that went into a solution; how much the solution will cost; and how it will be financed. The final segment of the program will be set aside for questions and answers from the community.
Town Hall to be held in Wenatchee High School’s LGI
The Wenatchee School District Town Hall will be held at Wenatchee High School’s LGI (Large Group Instruction Room). From the main entrance at Wenatchee High School, turn left and down the hallway. Then turn right and up the hallway. You’ll go past the library and turn right at the next hall. The LGI will be on your right.
Note: This forum is hosted by NCWLIFE Channel and is being held at Wenatchee High School in the Large Group Instruction room (or LGI). The sole purpose of this forum is to provide information and answer questions pertaining to the proposed construction bond being put before Wenatchee School District voters April 24th. NCWLIFE will direct the forum and its content. No other topics will be discussed at this particular meeting.
To learn more information about the bond proposal, click HERE.