Many parents in the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District who have say they know the school buildings need work.
But the details of how to renovate the district's facilities are what have caused a debate over , the facilities master plan at the July 3 Board of Education Meeting.
The concern from residents prompted three board members to on a $130.6 million bond issue that would have paid for a portion of the $206.2 million plan, so that instead of approving it again 3-2, the board unanimously rejected it on second reading.
Eric Coble, school board vice president, said postponing the bond issue would give the community more time to develop the plan.
So now what?
CH-UH Schools Superintendent Doug Heuer said that the board will likely consider next steps at its meeting this Tuesday, Aug. 7.
In the meantime, what aspect of the facilities master plan is most important to you? What should the next step be? How should the school district engage the community in the planning process? Tell us in the comments and take our poll.
For more information on the CH-UH facilities master plan, click here.