With a successful referendum, here is how District 94 will allocate the funds:Replace Mechanical Systems ($20.5M)
Air conditioning/Air handlersBoilers/high efficiency boilersCold, hot and hot water pipingFieldhouse air handlersFreight elevator replacementHeating hot water and chilled water pumpsHVAC isolation valvesLow fieldhouse roofLearning Resource Center roofPlumbing isolation valvesPool area roofRooftop HVAC systemsSanitary and stormwater waste and vent pipingSound system replacementStage lighting replacementStandby generatorTemperature controlsWater heat exchangersWater pressure booster pumps
Renovate Existing Spaces ($8.4M)1926 floor structure1926 /1955 building renovations1926/1955 addition window replacement1926/1955 addition LED lightingAuditorium renovationAuditorium house lighting to LEDBishop gym bleacher replacementCafeteria renovation completionFieldhouse and pool clerestory window replacementDrama room and prop shopFootball field turn replacementLearning Resource Center renovationLearning Resource Center window replacementSmall gym bleacher replacementSouth tennis court reconstructionTrack re-surfacing
Increase Instructional Space ($8.6M)
Second floor addition over 1999 additionWhat if the referendum doesn't pass?Taxpayers will see a reduction of approximately $94 for every $100,000 in home value.