Seguin ISD Facilities Committee members to be featured on KWED's Saturday Topic Program
Posted on 1/25/2019 7:57:00 AM.
Seguin ISD Facilities Committee members, left to right, Carlos Moreno, Harold Bogisch and Katie Edwards join this weekend's edition of the Saturday Topic Program on Seguin Radio KWED. The trio will discuss the facts behind the committee's bond project recommendation to the Seguin ISD Board of Trustees. The program, hosted by KWED General Manager Darren Dunn, gets underway at 8:15 a.m. Saturday on AM 1580 KWED. You can also listen online at

(Seguin) -- If you are interested to learn how the Seguin ISD Facilities Committee came up with its list of suggestions for possible bond projects, then you won't want to miss this weekend's edition of the Saturday Topic Program on Seguin Radio KWED.

Approximately two weeks ago, the committee members unveiled its proposed list of projects to members of the Seguin ISD Board of Trustees.

The proposal, which was put together as part of a lengthy process taken on by the committee, calls for a $64.7 million bond election.

No action on the projects was taken at the time. The board workshop was just simply an opportunity to hear the suggestions and proposed plan for the district's future.

Projects on that list include but are not limited to a rebuild of Matador Stadium at Seguin High School, the renovation of Jefferson Avenue Elementary and a campus wide renovation of A.J. Briesemeister Middle School.

The board workshop was also the first time that trustees were presented with this proposed dollar amount and recommended list of projects.

Invited to sit down and join the radio program will be Committee Members Katie Edwards, Carlos Moreno and Harold Bogisch. The group was appointed to represent the other 25 plus community volunteers who have spent the last several months planning future facilities.

The group this weekend will also discuss the financial implications for taxpayers should voters say yes. An option to order an election for this May 4th is already among the list of things for the school board to consider. Should the district decide to host the election this May, then the school board will have to officially order the bond election by Feb. 15.

The radio program hits the airwaves at 8:15 a.m. Saturday on AM 1580 KWED. The Saturday Topic Program can also be heard live at
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