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Breidablik closure is expected to save district nearly $300K in first year

January 21st, 2014 at Tue, 21st, 2014 at 4:26 pm by Kipp Robertson

The district is expecting to save just under $300,000 in the year after the closure of Breidablik Elementary.
Estimated annual savings from the closure are expected to be $360,830.66. However, the cost of the closure expenses and — more-so — the lawsuit over the closure, lower those savings.
The lawsuit, which I originally reported on April 4, 2013, cost the district $46,793.93, according to district documents. Though Kitsap County Superior Court upheld the North Kitsap School Board’s decision to close Breidablik, the district still had court fees. The district could have counter-sued, however, I was told the district agreed not to sue as long as the court’s decision was not appealed.
Expenses for the closure of Breidablik is $22,453.40, according to district documents.

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