A new Central High School and makeover for Centennial?

A new Central High School and makeover for Centennial?

A new Central High School on the city's northern fringe?

Does Centennial High School need a makeover?

On Election Day, Champaign voters must answer one of the most important questions they have ever faced: Approve or reject a $149 million bond issue to build a new Central High School and to upgrade and expand Centennial?

Here are two views on the massive proposal:

Judy Wiegand, superintendent of the Unit 4 school district, updates the public on what factors the school board considered when drawing up the referendum.

Marci Dodds, the District 4 representative on the Champaign City Council, explains why she finds the proposed site for Central to be a deal-killer.

Next Sunday, The News-Gazette editorial board will offer its opinion on the Central/Centennial proposal.

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