HARTFORD – The Hartford Union High School Board will meet on Monday to consider several items, including approving health, dental, vision and life insurance and whether to use capital improvement funds to build eight new tennis courts . Approval of the construction of a new tennis court in front of the secondary school will be voted under old business, according to the agenda.
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At its last meeting, the board decided to postpone the topic until the May 9 meeting to gather more information about the project and community feedback. At the last meeting, board chair Tracy Hennes cited the failure of the referendum on outdoor sports facilities as a reason for delaying the vote.
The new tennis court project would use a $35,000 grant from the United States Tennis Federation, $45,000 in designated donations and $800,000 in capital improvement funds. If the board approves the new tennis courts, there would still be about $1 million of the capital improvement fund to spend on other projects.
The project would build a brand new tennis court complex comprising eight tennis courts and a pavilion with bathrooms. It would not replace current tennis courts.
During the new part of the board meeting, they will vote on approving health, dental, vision and life insurance renewals. The board will also vote to approve a Future Farmers of America (FFA) club trip to the FFA national convention in October, according to the agenda.