The Galesburg-Augusta Community Schools has about a month to convince voters they should approve a bond request for school improvements. Like many districts, G-A has buildings and facilities that need repair. What is especially challenging for this district, though, is that voters already said no once.

Superintendent Dr. Dania Bazzi tells WBCK she feels a regrouping and overall study of the district's needs by a committee made of up various stakeholders should help the effort this time around.

Hear what she had to say about what needs repair, how much more an average homeowner will pay if it passes, and why residents should care - even if they don't have children in the district - by clicking the video below.

Hear The Richard Piet Show weekday mornings from 5:30-9 on WBCK.