To the Editor: Your vote will determine the future of the Museum

Thursday, January 28, 2010


We at the Shoreline Historical Museum are pleased to have negotiated an agreement with the School District, that when fully implemented, will assure the long-term future of the Museum. For this to be realized there are many steps to be completed and much work to be done.

But before any of that happens, Proposition #2, the School Construction Bond Issue, must be approved by 60% of the voters. Until that happens, the entire agreement is not in force. The election that ends on February 9, 2010 is the key to the Museum's and the School District's entire plan. We at the Museum are glad to have the agreement, and we strongly support passage of Proposition #2. The voters are deciding on the future of the Museum as well as the two High Schools when they vote in this election.

Vicki Stiles, Executive Director

Henry Reed, President, Board of Trustees

Shoreline Historical Museum

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