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A Sisters man is scheduled to argue his case against the Sisters School District before the Oregon Supreme Court next spring. Mike Morgan is suing the school district saying it borrowed $2-million to repair Sisters Schools, without voter approval. The school district used certificates of participation that don't require approval by voters. Sisters Superintendent of Schools Jim Golden says this all happened before he took the helm. “The bottom line is its a very narrow review by the Supreme Court, which is a review on his standing to sue regarding these full faith and credit obligation bonds. My understanding is its very limited in scope and it centers around does he have the standing to sue.” The Oregon Supreme Court is scheduled to hear the case next March.

 

 

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