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Cotton Valley voters to decide on school tax Saturday

District 5 School Board Member Ronny Rhymes led a public meeting Wednesday to seek the public's input on the proposed 5 mill tax on the ballot Saturday. He explained how the tax would work and what it would cost homeowners.

It’s for the children – that was the common consensus among those who attended a public meeting Wednesday regarding an upcoming tax proposition for North Webster Upper Elementary School.

NWUES, the former Cotton Valley High School, is in need of some repairs and the school only has about $7,000 at its disposal.

The immediate needs are fixing drainage problems around the gym, water penetration issues, security cameras/security systems, bus loading canopies, replacing the old HVAC systems on the main roof, replacing the flanges and flashings on the main roof and smaller projects such as floor tile replacement, painting and lighting.
Principal Beatha


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