Fort Worth schools trustees add Monday meeting to talk about bond proposals
Update 6:20 on Wednesday
The Fort Worth school board has posted its agenda for a board workshop on Monday at 5:30 p.m. It includes no public comment or closed session portion.
The single discussion item is: "Review Capital Improvement Plans to Define 2013 Bond Proposition."
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They say: "This would be a good time for residents of the Fort Worth school district to remain calm, at least until Superintendent Walter Dansby has a chance next week to give trustees a pared-down list of projects for a possible November bond election."
Update 5:20 p.m. Tuesday
Fort Worth schools trustees plan to meet in a special meeting on Monday to talk about the potential bond program.
Trustees reviewed potential projects that could be included in the package at a meeting on July 29. Next week's meeting is a chance to ask questions about the presentation from Superintendent Walter Dansby and officials from AECOM, the district's bond consultants, said school board president Christene Moss.
Trustees also plan to meet Tuesday for their regular meeting, Moss said.