This editorial will appear in Monday’s print edition.
It doesn’t take a financial genius to understand that there’s no better time than the present to get moving on construction projects: Interest rates are low, and contractors are eager for the work.
That might not be the case for long if the economy keeps improving and costs start rising. So it makes sense for three South Sound school districts to ask voters now to pay for major facility upgrades that can’t be put off any longer.
They make a good case for passing measures appearing on the Feb. 14 ballot, and The News Tribune supports all three. They are: