Steamboat Springs RE-2
Steamboat Springs RE-2 Demographics
Steamboat Springs RE-2 Superintendent
Steamboat Springs RE-2 School Board
On November 7th, 2017, 2 At-Large seats will be up for vote with 3 candidates. No incumbents are running.
There are two ballot measures specific to the district.
|At Large||Anne Cusack-Camacho||Unaffiliated|
|At Large||Mayling E. Simpson||Democrat|
|At Large||Katherine "Katy" Lee||Democrat|
"Shall Steamboat Springs School District No. RE-2 taxes be increased up to $1 Million in tax collection year 2018 and by such amounts as may be generated annually thereafter by the imposition of an additional mill levy of not to exceed 1.146 Mills, persuant to and in accordance with Section 22-54-108.7, C.R.S; such additional revenues to be utilized for ongoing cash funding for capital construction, new instructional technology, existing technology upgrades, and maintenence needs of the district; and shall the district be authorized to collect, retain and spend all revenues from such taxes and the earnings from investment of such revenues as a voter approved revenue change and an exception to the limits which would otherwise apply under Article X, Section 20 of the Colorado Constitution or any other law?
"Shall Steamboat Springs School District No. RE-2 debt be increased $12,900,000, with repayment cost not to exceed $17 Million and shall district taxes be increased no more than $2.3 Million annually for the purposes of:
- Repairing and replacing 20 year old roofs at Strawberry Park Elementary School, Steamboat Springs Middle School, Steamboat Springs High School, the district administrative offices and transportation facilities in order to extend the useful life of the buildings;
- Repairing, replacing and upgrading HVAC systems at Steamboat Springs Middle School in order to ensure equitable environment conducive to learning;
- Renovating and improving Gardner Field Complex including turf and track improvements as well as stadium improvements in order to address student and spectator safety;
And shall the mill levy be increased in any year, without limitation of rate but only in amount sufficient to pay the principal of, premium, if any, and interest on such debt or any refunding debt (or to create a reserve for such payment); such debt to be evidenced by the issuance of general obligation bonds, installment sales agreements, lease purchase agreements or other multiple-fiscal year financial obligations, or to provide district matching money for any grant awarded by the state under the Building Excellent Schools Today program; such debt to be sold in one series or more, for a price above or below the principal amount of such series, on terms and conditions, and with such maturities as permitted by law and as the district may determine, including provisions for redemption of the debt prior to maturity with or without repayment of the premium of not to exceed three percent; and shall such tax revenues and the earnings from the investment of such debt proceeds and tax revenues be collected, retained and spent as a voter approved revenue change under Article X, Section 20 of the Colorado Constitution or any other law?