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Thursday, Janua 29,2015 Free Press Page 5 continued from page 4 There are several important factors to remember about levies. First, levies are not bonds. As the saying goes, "Levies are for learn- ing, bonds are for building." Second, failure of a levy pre- vents school districts from receiving LEA funding from the state, mak- ing the loss of money even greater in many cases, such as Medical Lake and Cheney. Third, the levy rates for both Cheney and Medical Lake are not new taxes, but rather extensions of existing rates voters have before approved. We encourage residents in Cheney, Medical Lake, Airway Heights and the rest of the West Plains to show the high value we place on good education and en- hanced opportunities for our area youth. Cast your ballot, and vote "Yes" on the Cheney and Medical Lake school district's three-year maintenance and operations lev- ies Feb. 10, continued from page 4 grams (M & O) and Operations Levy coming up Feb. 10, please take time to consider the facts and vote in favor of passing this levy, we can be assured that Cheney School District will con- tinue to offer the best it can for our kids and for our community. supporting Cheney Public Schools. By Angle N. Bosworth Invest in our children' future I am writing in sup- District is a great place to and other necessities that port of the Medical Lake educate children, as well as the state does not provide School District levy. a great place to raise them. the funding for. I was an educator and Many, many of our I hope our community coach for 44 years, 24 at graduates have accom- will vote for the levy in MedicalLake High School. plished unbelievable goals support of better educe- During that time, four of as a result of their basic ed- tional opportunities for my six children graduated ucation here. The commu- our children. Our children from Medical Lake High nity always supports our are an investment in the School and they were fo- Schools and the childrenin future. runtate to attend Medical their education, extracur- Lake Schools. I believe ricular activities, all-dayJohn Giannandrea the Medical Lake School kindgarten, transportation Medical Lake An alternative proposal for school bond Students benefit from levy dollars What happened to the Classroom addition, schoo] gym approved by promise of keeping our $9 million vs. $9 million, voters in 1995 as a mul- As retired schoolteach- improvement of our nu- rnay not be possible with- tax rate at/or below $5 New classrooms will be tipurpose facility and ere who have both taught merous schoolprograms out continued financial per $1,000 of assessment needed, still can hold the entire and coached in the Cheney at all levels. Our Cheney support. Maintenance and as we were told when we Wrestling/aerobics student body. SchoolDistrict and had our School District has always operations of such a large voted for the $79,000,000 addition $0 million vs. A new commons/caf- sons attend school from had an outstanding repu- district as well as updating bond just five years ago? $1.5 million. There is an eteria/administration kindergarten through high tation for being progres- and improving district fa- With this new (Cheney existing dedicated Tree- addition/safety $1.5 rail- school graduation, we en- sive and supporting our cilities are a necessary part High School) $44,885,830 fling room and existing lion vs. $15.1 million. courage the community to student needs. Technol- of the entire educational bond the rate is projected gyms for aerobics. The issue of students support our school district ogy, alone, is continually program. Please join us to go to $5.79. In addi- Alternative school eating in the hallways in the upcoming vote for the changing and challenging in voting"yes ' by Feb. 10 tion, within five years new construction at the could be solved right bond and levy measures, toaUourstudents/staff, for Cheney schools, there will be a need high school, cost $1.15 now. There is currently Local support of our We need to be able for another elementarymillion vs. $2.3 million, only seating for 124 stu- school district is important to keep up with current ' Curt and Joan Hisaw '(about $18,000,000) since A new, third gym, $0 dents. The posted capac- for the continuance and advancements, which Cheney there are already per-million vs. $3.1 million, ity is 320. y"ommun'" [ n'oge'-er for schools tables in use at Windsor There are already two Additional chairs/ comes and Sunset. In 10 years large gyms that can be tables would accommo- the plan calls for another split, date the 200 students in Last week I had the op- porfive of the measures and Cheneyhasbothare- $42,900,000 for the rest of A new performing the hallways. The exist- portunity to do phoning as a of Cheney schools, withsev- cord of and a reputation the High School. arts center, $0 million vs. ing security office would volunteer for the Committee eraltellingmestxziesoftheir for excellence in educe- There is another way $13.9 million. An exist- be reconfigured, new forSu of Schools. chfldr 3,,atndgrandchildren tion and fiscal responsi- to take care of, the needs ing high school theater door locks would be in- IcaU :itgenc0uragepeople having positive educafional bility. Please join rne and and slowdowntherise hosted plays last yearstalled, theadmin0ffices to vote and to vote yes twice experiences in Cheney. I vote yes twice on your in taxes. The cost would and this year with no one would stay where they on the Cheney School Dis- can add my own stories to ballot to continue and be only $11.6 millionturned away for lack of are, and two blocked trict bond and lmq lea- theirs, having raised three ensure quality education compared to the $45 rail- space. There is a stage off hallways would be sures. I was pleased and children who all had their and facilities for our chil- lion bond. To get to this at Betz, a brand new connected for added encouraged by the positive public education in Cheney dren and their children, plan requires a "No" 30-foot-by-50-foot stage circulation. responses I received during and having worked for the Vote on the $45 million at the new Cheney Mid- the phoning. Cheney School District for Carol Kriegh bond. $1'1.6 million vs. dle School, Showalter at Bill Johns People were very sup- 18 years myself. Cheney $45 million. 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William lift, President 1006 First Street Elizabeth Newell, DDS Susan Barry, ET., C.L.T.Harlan Shellabarger, Publisher Cheney, WA 99004 60 Simpson Parkway Drive, Cheney Edn Ribic, P.T., D PT., C.S.C.S. John McCallum, Editor 235-2900 509-235-4450 ' 1616 W. First Street, Cheney 235-6184,299-5678 Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. JANICE KOPRIVA PENAR, C.P.A. HEALTHCARE Certified Public Accountant ROCKWOOD CHENEY CLINIC Certified Financial Planner 19 N. 7th, Cheney 1951 First Street, Cheney 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m Saturday 235-2518 747-0614 Closed Sunday 235-6151 744-1732 DENTISTS Charles B.H. Hough, M.D CHENEY DENTAL CARE Tom Koeske, M.D. Dr. Andrew E Martinssen Cod Lopez, D.O. Family & Cosmetic Dentistry Jonathan Staben, M.D. 625 "B" Street, Cheney Carol Gahl, PA-C 235-6137 or 747-6841 Natalie Koncz, PA-C Melissa Norton, PA-C Molly Stapleton ARNP KENNETH M. COLLINS, D.D.S. CHRISTOPHER M. COLLINS, D.D.S. ROCKWOOD Family Dentistry 1841 First Street, Cheney MEDICAL LAKE CLINIC F&M Business Center 725 North Stanley Street, Suite D, Medical Lake, WA 99022 235-8451 443-8520 8:00 am. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday Hours: Men., Thurs, Fri. 7:00 - 2:30, 509-299-5145 Fax: 509-299-5154 Tues. & Wed 7:00- 4:30 Douglas R Gwinn, MD. Serban Ionescu, M.D. Internal Medicine Barbara Tritt, P.A.-C MEDICAL LAKE DENTAL Bruce C. Toillion, D.D.S. Jessica M. Toillion, D.D.S. 7:3o a.m.-4:00 p.m. Men., Wed., Thurs. OPTOMETRIST 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tues. VISION HAUS 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Fri. Dr. Scott Borgholthaus 123 N. Brewer, Medical Lake 1867 1st Street 299-5171 Cheney, WA 509-235-2010 INLAND CENTER FOR PHYSICAL THERAPY CONTEMPORARY DENTISTRY Jacob J. Ridl, D.D.S. AIRWAY HEIGHTS PHYSICAL 1717 First Street, Cheney THERAPY 9725 West Sunset Highway 235-6241 Located next to Boeing APEX PHYSICAL THERAPY 1855 First Street, Cheney Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. 509-559-5038 Amy K. Sanderson, P.T., O.C.S. 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