On June 24, 2019, at 6:00 p.m., the Woodford County Board of Education held a special called board of education meeting at the Woodford County Central Office on Pisgah Pike.
The agenda item related to the new high school was discussion and approval of a BG-1 form for the building of a new Woodford County High School.
"A BG-1 is required for all projects that: 1. Uses a restricted fund source (Support Education Excellence in Kentucky (SEEK) capital outlay funds, Facility Support Program of Kentucky (FSPK) funds (KRS 157.620), School Facilities Construction Commission (SFCC) funds or building funds (KRS 160.476) or 2. Proposes construction of a new building, addition, or alteration of an existing building that requires design by a design professional (KRS 322.360 and/or 323.033) for a building or building system or 3. Proposes a guaranteed energy savings contract (GESC) per KRS 45A.352."
Further information on the Commonwealth's BG-1 process can be found here.
Prior to the start of the meeting the architects presented a program comparison spreadsheet to the board as well as a memo regarding the progress and reality from the lens of the architects. , both documents are available below.. These are documents that the architect and board members emphasized as "projected" communications and may change due to unknown budget realities in the future and/or other unforeseen circumstances.
Audience members were provided the memo, linked below, prior to the meeting.
Minutes from the board meeting will be linked below once posted by the Woodford County Board of Education.
The Woodford County Board of Education, by a vote or 3-2, approved a BG-1 for $36,265,590.10 (with a construction manager to be used for the project., The BG-1 was approved with the anticipated funding through bonding 35,000,000 and using 1,265,590.10 in cash from funds 310 & 320 (capital outlay funds)..