Keller ISD had its first meeting to discuss the implementation of the 10-year facilities plan.
The Citizens Bond Advisory Committee met for the first time June 13 to begin talking about the specifics for projects that were identified in the plan, specifically the dollar amount for a bond and which of the 66 projects to begin first.
“This next phase of what we’re working on is how we are going to accomplish this,” Executive Director of Facility Services Hudson Huff said.
At the meeting, district Chief Financial Officer Mark Youngs gave a presentation about potential bond capacity limits. VLK Architects Managing Partner Sloan Harris discussed the implementation of when and how projects might occur.
The next meeting is June 25 and will be when the committee starts to select the projects and discuss specific numbers for a bond. The final meeting will be in mid-July, and that is when the committee will decided what to propose to the board in August.