School board delays bond decision

Phone survey showed healthy support By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes No decision on a proposed $766 million general obligation bond measure was reached Tuesday, May 30, at a special meeting of the Salem-Keizer School Board. Of greatest concern to board members is the timing of an election, whether to have it on the November ballot or the May 2018 ballot. Another concern is the reaction of voters to such a measure soon after approval of a bond for new Salem police facilities. The proposed bond measure would add space at 22 elementary schools, 10 middle schools, and six...

Read More