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At the January 28th voting meeting, the Board of Education approved a voter referendum to issue $19.3 million in bonds to address critical facilities needs. The remainder of the $32.2 million cost of these projects will be funded by $12.9 million in state grants. Read more for information about the state grants and addressing the critical facilities needs.
The community approved the facilities referendum on March 11th. The district will obtain its share of the funding of these projects and receive the grant money. Local taxpayer cost will be reduced by 40% through the state approved grants.