Board hears construction management pitch

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Solar farm’s value means possible renovations, new projects

  • John Blackburn (right) with Live Oak Public Finance presents the Sulphur Bluff ISD’s financial profile the board and business manager Janice Teer Thursday night. He advised quick action in passing a bond while the Dike solar farm is still highly valued. Staff photo by Todd Kleiboer
    John Blackburn (right) with Live Oak Public Finance presents the Sulphur Bluff ISD’s financial profile the board and business manager Janice Teer Thursday night. He advised quick action in passing a bond while the Dike solar farm is still highly valued. Staff photo by Todd Kleiboer
SULPHUR BLUFF—With the Dike solar farm’s high tax value first hitting the books in 2021, more revenue will be available to Sulphur Bluff ISD, and its board heard Thursday night a breakdown of what a future bond project could look like if they choose to take advantage of the new revenue. “It’s going to present an opportunity for you to be able to do a few things and afford a little bit more than…

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