District considering fall facilities referendum

The Liberty School District is set to move forward with plans on how it will go about addressing the needs for its high school athletic field complex.

The district is considering a facilities referendum that, if approved by Liberty Board of Education members, could be scheduled for an October vote.

During its Aug. 22 meeting, the board is expected to discuss the scope of a capital project that would address the drainage and irrigation issues at the high school’s baseball and soccer fields.

More details about a potential field repair project will be presented at the next board of education meeting, which is set for Tuesday, Aug. 22 at 7 p.m. in the high school’s media center.