A Youth Master Plan is in the early phase of development for the city of Woodland and the Woodland School District that could ultimately provide for better education, safety, and overall growth for local kids.
Approved by the City Council this past week, the collaboration will cost around $73,000 to develop over several years, according to Christine Engel, community services director.
The action taken Tuesday involves only Phase 1, which is budgeted for $23,900, of which the city would pay $12,450, the remainder covered by the Woodland School District. The city is using Measure J sales tax funds to cover the costs. There was no debate about the idea, which was included in the consent calendar, meaning there was no discussion.
It is anticipated that Phase 1 would commence in January 2021 and be completed in April.
First proposed in July 2019, the idea originated during meetings…