Candidates Discuss High School Growth
Posted: September 21, 2012 at 6:01 a.m.
Two candidates in a School Board runoff next month have different ideas on how to fix capacity issues at the high school.
At A Glance
A 6.7 millage increase was voted down by voters June 26. It would have provided $128 million for the district. Of that, $94 million was to build a 2,000-seat high school with space for culinary arts, auto repair labs and a science pathways program.
Source: Staff Report
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