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Nothing is certain yet, but the Lake Chelan School District is teasing that the amount they'll be going for in what is now called the EP&O levy this coming February won't be as high as the current levy amount. Superintendent Brad Wilson:

Wilson also says the district will be working on a facilities plan soon, the survey they 've had up on their website for some time now has closed, and some results should be available at chelanschools-dot-org. Wilson says they've been getting some idea of where the community thinks changes are needed:

Wilson says the hope is to come up with a facilities plan in a couple of months.

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