The Ridgefield School District will have one bond measure with two propositions on the ballot to be considered in the April 23, 2024 special election
Ridgefield School District is seeking applications from citizens interested in being appointed to committees to write pro/con statements for the Clark County Voters’ Pamphlet. The Ridgefield School District will have one bond measure with two propositions on the ballot to be considered in the April 23, 2024 special election. The measure relates to the issuance of Capital Bonds for the construction of new school facilities.
Those interested should send their name, address, phone number, email address, and which position they represent to email@example.com by noon on Thursday, February 8. This information can also be mailed to:
Ridgefield School District
c/o Communications Department
510 Pioneer Street,
Ridgefield, WA 98642
The district’s Board of Directors will take action on the appointments at its February 12, 2024 regular board meeting.
Information provided by Ridgefield School District.
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