At the January 12, 2019 Special Meeting, the Board voted to put a referendum in the amount of $139,815,983 million on the April 2, 2019 ballot. By law, funds from the bond sale authorized by a successful referendum can only be used for the projects described in the referendum language. The projects proposed are part of the District’s Master Facilities Plan (MFP), the long-term facilities planning document that is the result of an extensive analysis completed in conjunction with parents, community members, teachers, industry experts, Board members and administrators.
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