A Piatt County school district is continuing their investigation of the future of their district's facilities and that process continues tonight.
Monticello Schools Superintendent Dr. Vic Zimmerman indicates tonight is the latest of a series of meetings to discuss what the future of the district's aging buildings holds.
According to Dr. Zimmerman, the new plan eliminates a transition for their elementary students and would create a singular K-3 center.
The new plan would range between $28-$32-million dollars and Dr. Zimmerman indicates they would have to raise taxes to make things happen. That in addition to the sales tax money the district receives.
The next possible referendum date is in the spring of next year and Dr. Zimmerman says it is possible the Board of Education has a plan ready to present to voters by that time.