WSD3 discusses daunting picture of district's growth

 

Last updated 2/4/2022 at 9:16am

Mike Alexander

Widefield School District 3 Superintendent Kevin Duren discusses projections for residential growth in the district's boundaries at a Jan. 25 community meeting.

Widefield School District 3 Superintendent Kevin Duren, during a Community Conversation session hosted by the district on Jan. 25, said "staying small is no option" when referring to the type of growth the area will experience in the next five to 20 years.

Duren and WSD3 Chief Operating Officer Dave Gish hosted the session, which featured eye-opening facts and figures about future growth in the area. According to them, in the next four to five years, it's likely that the district will see construction of as many as 5,000 homes and apartments, necessitating building of two new elementary...



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