Berkeley County (W.Va.) district wins approval of $51.5 million bond request

Oct. 1, 2009
The money will help pay for construction of high school and middle school


From The Hagerstown Herald-Mail: Berkeley County, W. Va., voters have approved a $96.5 million building plan, which includes a fourth high school, a new middle school and two other projects.The bonds will provide the district's share of the cost--$51.5 million. The district will receive $25 million from the West Virginia School Building Authority (SBA) for the new high school. Another $20 million in SBA grants for the remaining projects in the bond issue proposal are expected, but not guaranteed.

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