At the last Board meeting, a number of the Board Directors asked questions about the Denny-Sealth project, but didn't get answers from the central office staff. We have those answers for them here.
Directer Martin-Morris asked if there wasn't a bait-and-switch perpetrated on Seattle's voters because they were not advised of the re-location and co-location elements of the Denny-Sealth project.
Director Carr asked where the additional $5 million would come from for Option 3.
Director Maier asked if we have learned our lesson on community engagement.
Director Chow didn't ask any questions.
Director DeBell asked about police on campus or at least some sort of onsite security personnel.
Director Bass said that she would ask here questions privately.
Director Sundquist didn't ask questions so much as lament the erosion of purchasing power that would come from a delay in the reconstruction of Denny Middle School.
Answers to follow.