Greeley-Evans School District 6 officials raise questions with hint hiring campaign consultant
Tyler Silvy (Greeley Tribune)-
With state funding cuts and nearly $300 million in potential construction costs looming for Greeley-Evans School District 6, district officials have considered hiring a campaign consultant to help the district pass a ballot initiative. If officials were to do so with taxpayer dollars, it would blur the spirit — if not the letter — of campaign finance law.
District 6 Superintendent Deirdre Pilch during a Dec. 14 Board of Education work session floated the idea of bringing in a campaign consultant to help the district pass a ballot initiative, an idea Pilch hasn’t actively pursued since.
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