Tuesday, February 18, 2003
Despite calls for continued negotiations from both sides, the Hayden School District and the Hayden Town Board have yet to reach an agreement over a 1.14-acre parcel of land needed to realign the Breeze Basin intersection.
In fact, it appears the two sides haven't even talked recently.
The school district's Board of Education meets tonight and the land issue is up for discussion, according to the meeting's agenda.
But whether there is an update on the situation remains to be seen.
"As far as
I know, there's nothing new that I've heard of," School Board President Kurt Frentress said.
But specific negotiation terms could be discussed during executive session, Frentress said.
Also on the agenda is the question of redistricting.
By law, the school district must account for population shifts and restructure the school district, which is divided into five separate local districts, according to population, Frentress said.
The school district is looking at options for performing a population census. The results of the census will determine whether the school system needs to redistrict, Frentress said.
The board will also vote to approve the 2003-04 school calendar.
The calendar varies little, if at all, from the 2002-03 school calendar, Frentress said.