GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO/KJCT)-- It was all in favor at a forum covering the proposed mill levy override and bond issue for District 51 on Monday night at a meeting.
The meeting was hosted by PTA and PTO's from across the Mesa County Valley School District.
Superintendent Ken Haptonstall, the district's head of maintenance and leaders are campaigning for the initiatives all spoke.
They're rallying for what they call basic necessities, like library chairs.
"You can deal down to exactly what will go into each specific school should this pass, you can see that direct cause and effect for your kids,” said Kenra Haftel a District 51 Mom who is in favor of the initiatives.
If approved the measures would cost residents whose homes are worth 200 thousand dollars about 10 bucks a month.