School officials believe Nov. 4 vote is a big opportunity for the district
By Stephen Lega
Tuesday, October 21, 2008 at 8:00 pm
June 30, 2009, will be Roger Marcum's last day as the superintendent of Marion County Public Schools. He knows that he could have completed his time as superintendent without ever raising the issue of school facilities. But he is also convinced that it's a situation that won't go away when he retires. "Every day we wait, the problem gets bigger," Marcum said. The issue in Marcum's mind is the $24.1 million in needs identified 20 months ago in the district facilities plan.
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