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“On Tuesday, May 16, residents of the West Ada School District will vote on a Plant Facilities Levy (PFL). If this measure receives at least 55% voter approval, the district would be able to move forward with a number of key facility improvement projects. A complete list of school projects can be found here.

The passing of this plant facilities levy will allow West Ada School District to build a new elementary school in the south region, a new elementary school in the north region and a new Career and Technical Education (CTE) Center in addition to renovating almost every school site in some way (playground, parking lot, paint, etc.) as listed below. Under this plant facilities levy, the district will also make dozens of needed safety, maintenance, technology and mechanical upgrades to classrooms and buildings throughout the district. The PFL also provides the district the opportunity to continually reevaluate and address facility needs as growth in the community is monitored.”

WASD, “Investing in Our Students, Our Schools and Our Future…2023 Plant Facilities Levy (PFL)

” , accessed April 11, 2023,

MERIDIAN, Idaho — The West Ada School District (WASD) Board of Trustees has voted to add a Plant Facilities Levy (PFL) onto the Idaho May 2023 ballot. The PFL would collect $50 million each year over the next 10 years.

Unlike bonds, which involve long-term debt and require a 66.67% supermajority for approval, plant facilities levies only need 55% of the vote to pass.

KTVB Staff, “West Ada School District including plant facilities levy on May ballot
” , accessed April 11, 2023,

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