Feb 20, 2014 2:19 PM by Dennis Bragg - KPAX News
LOLO - The next phase in efforts to resolve Lolo Schools' space and safety problems continues, with ballots for a revised bond issue proposal hitting the mail.
Voters narrowly rejected the first bond proposal to construct a new K-4 elementary school last fall, so school administrators sharpened their pencils and came up with a revised package to meet some of the local concerns.
The revised package now totals $10.5 million, enough to pay for the full elementary school on land the district purchased years ago on Farm Lane.
Plans are still geared to improving the efficiency, security and safety on the present campus, while shifting the younger students to the new school.
All of the voting is being done through the mail, and registered voters should receive their ballots in the next couple of days.