The Sidney Community School District continued its process of working toward a vote on a school bond this spring during the sixth in a series of community meetings on Monday night at the junior senior high school. David Burton, pictured above, and Daric O’Neal of Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture joined Tim Meyer of Boyd Jones Construction in directing the discussion as patrons of the district learned about a number of different plans for building improvement projects, their price tags and the effect that bonds of different amounts would have on their tax obligations. Plans up for consideration included a $7 million option which would have no impact on taxes. Another plan had a price tag of $8.5 million with a 50 cent levy increase and the third plan with a price of $10 million would carry a $1 levy increase. The third of the plans, which included a new Career Technical Engineering building at the high school, an all weather track, football field work and a press box/grandstand at the current football field, was favored. Other features of the prefered plan would include extra classroom space, a gymnatorium space, front entrance work at the high school, parking and HVAC work. A vote on the bond could be taken by early April.