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4/25/2011 9:40:00 AM
HUSD takes another look at aquatic center

Editors Note: This story is from 2011 and does not reflect the current status of any aquatic center plans

The Humboldt Unified School District Governing Board will once again tackle its decision in January 2010 to build a $3.5 million aquatic center at Bradshaw Mountain High School during its Tuesday meeting.

The board will meet in executive session to discuss personnel matters at 6:15 p.m. at the HUSD Transportation Training Center, 6411 N. Robert Road. The meeting is open to the public.

The district could use B Bond money to build the aquatic center, but would have to use maintenance and operations money to operate and staff the center. The decision to build the aquatic center has been controversial - with community members both for and against the project.

This past year, the board appointed a committee to find businesses willing to support the aquatic center and commit to using the swimming pool.

The aquatic center subcommittee will report its findings to the governing board Tuesday evening.

As part of its personnel action, the board will approve the classified and certified salary schedule for the 2011-12 school year.

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• School board pulls plug on proposed Aquatic Center
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• Event: HUSD Governing Board meeting

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Reader Comments

Posted: Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Article comment by: Tori Kendall

Can you please pull this? This is showing up and it is nearly 3 years old. The district is not considering this and we need to be proactive in making sure that false information does not get out there.


Editors Note: We do not pull any stories from our sites for a variety of reasons. It is only popping up because it has been recently commented on and the editor has now made a note at the beginning of the article pointing out this article is from 2011.

Posted: Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Article comment by: Read the article date

I think you are definitely missing something... The fact that this article is almost three years old.
Maybe broaden your mind and read the related links? Just a thought,

Posted: Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Article comment by: RICK ALLEN

I might be missing something, and I think it is most important to all these dollar amounts being thrown out there. I want to know exactly what we would be getting for the money. How big is this Center, how big is the pool, and the other things inside the Center. If this pool is not very big or very deep, then scrap the whole thing, I'm not for it at all. The only kind of Center that should be put in is one that has facilities similar to the YMCA. I don't mean a kiddie play area, I mean a pool that means something. Don't spend this kind of money on something that will not truly sever the Community, and Students in our area. This is an opportunity to maybe add a bit more money, and build something that will truly do something for our area. I do not know why we do not have a YMCA. Either way no money should be put into a non complete useful Center. You should not feel crammed in, it should be roomy and allow for people to enjoy themselves. Once you start cramming people in it becomes dangerous from a physical stand point, and also with the passing of germs etc. Don't pour money into a half thought out Center for the sake of just having one. Make it right, make it last, make it worth the money.

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