New school buses delivered late to South Whidbey School District

Three new school buses that were supposed to be delivered by November are late. Assistant Superintendent Dan Poolman told the South Whidbey School Board on Nov. 28 the buses were not in the district’s possession. As of Dec. 7, they were still late and he expected delivery some time this month.

The buses cost about $290,000. South Whidbey’s transportation vehicle fund had $417,291, which left about $127,000 in the fund.

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