Voters in the Evergreen Park & Recreation District probably will not see a proposal for a large bond on their ballots in November 2020 because most board members agree that the district needs to complete a strategic business plan first.
While the board hasn’t taken a vote on whether to put an ask on the 2020 ballot, several board members at the Oct. 21 meeting said they wanted to wait.
However, board member Monty Estis said he would consider a small bond request for needed maintenance items, such as repairing the Wulf Rec Center pool, but he didn’t want to ask for a large amount of money that could be perceived by voters as “willy-nilly,” and he wanted more discussion among board members.
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