Museum Board President says Vote YES for Shoreline School Bond and Levies

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Henry J. Reed, President of the Board of the Shoreline Historical Museum, holds up a Vote Yes for Shoreline Schools button just after he spoke at the January 26 meeting of the Shoreline City Council. (seated left to right: Chris Eggen, Doris McConnell, Deputy Mayor Will Hall, Mayor Keith McGlashan, Shari Tracey, Terry Scott, and Chris Roberts).
Mr. Reed reported that the Shoreline Historical Museum Board had unanimously approved the Agreement in Principle with the Shoreline School District at its meeting on Saturday and that the Shoreline School Board had unanimously approved the Agreement at its meeting a few hours earlier.

Mr. Reed urged everyone to vote yes for all three school measures and to mail in their ballots now. Also speaking at the council meeting to endorse the bond & levies and urge Yes votes was Bob Phelps, immediate past president of the museum board.

Following a presentation by Superintendent Sue Walker and public comment with no speakers against the school measures, the Shoreline City Council unanimously voted for a resolution in support of the school bond and levies.

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