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Sporting a "VOTE YES/YES" pin, Karen Lehmen Boren joins her sons Josh and
Michael outside their school.
helley and Neil Chaness
moved to a certain neigh-
borhood of Farmington
Hills three years ago so
their children could attend
Walled Lake Schools. Now the
family may consider another
move if an upcoming school bond
issue is defeated.
On Feb. 4, voters in the Walled
Lake Consolidated School Dis-
trict will be asked to vote on two
bonds to generate as much as
$116 million for the school sys-
"We chose to live in this district
because of its quality schools,"
Ms. Chaness said. "If this does
not pass, I'd consider leaving. I
have three kids who will be going
through the system; if there is no
technology and no way for them
to get ahead and stay ahead, I
can't justify staying."
The ballot is divided into two
bond proposals: One seeks to pro-
vide for the construction of a new
elementary school, two middle
schools and the provision of com-
puter equipment at all of the dis-
trict's schools. The second bond
issue asks for the approval of
funding to renovate the older
schools in the district.
The second proposition cannot
be passed if the first is not ap-
This is the third Walled Lake
Schools bond election to be held
since October of 1993. The most
recent, held in September, was
defeated by 542 votes.
Dennis Lieberoff, of West
Bloomfield, cannot understand
why he is being asked to go to
the polls four months after a
similar bond issue was rejected.
He believes if one of the
bonds fails, voters will be asked
to go to the polls again in the near
Walled Lake school officials
said residents asked for the bond
issues to be split.
Lois Lange, the director of per-
sonnel and community relations
in the district, said the election is
scheduled for February because
if the bonds pass, building will
begin almost. immediately.
"If we waited until the Oak-
land Community College bond
election in March (when there is
a county-wide election), we would