School Superintendent Quick to speak at Oroville Chamber

OROVILLE – Steve Quick, Superintendent for Oroville School District, will speak at the next Oroville Chamber of Commerce meeting about the upcoming Maintenance and Operations levy and potential funding ideas for facilities improvements.

The chamber of commerce meets on Thursday, Dec. 8 at Trino’s Restaurant at 1 p.m. All are encouraged to attend to hear about the upcoming levy and current facilities conditions in the school district, as well as ask the superintendent questions.

The current levy ends in 2012, so the voters will be asked to a approve a new two-year M&O Levy in the 2012 for collection in fiscal years 2013 and 2014. A recent facilities survey has been conducted that shows a need for roof repairs in the near term with other improvements needed in the longer term.

In addition to the meeting’s speaker, members will be asked to make nominees for next year’s officers and board members. All chamber members are eligible to submit their own or another member’s name for nomination. If the member accepts the candidates will be voted on at a future meeting. Positions open include President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary. Current officers may also stand for re-election if they choose.

About Gary DeVon

Gary DeVon is the managing editor of the Okanogan Valley Gazette-Tribune and celebrated his 25th year at the newspaper in August 2012. He graduated from Gonzaga University with a degree in Communications - Print Journalism, with an emphasis in photojournalism. He is a proud alumnus of Oroville High School. His family first settled in Okanogan County in the late 1800s. His parents are Judy DeVon and the late Larry DeVon and he has two younger brothers - Dante and Michael. Many family members still call Oroville home. He has a grown daughter, Segornae Douglas and a young granddaughter, Erin.

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