Texas high school will cost $9.7 million more than expected

Nov. 10, 2008
Round Rock district will make up difference with surplus bond proceeds
The Round Rock (Texas) school district’s new Cedar Ridge High School will cost about $9.7 million more than expected, school officials say. But the district has $10.8 million from the 2006 bond issue that can offset the added cost. The $10.8 million comes from savings in projects and from interest earned by the bonds.To read The Austin American-Statesman article, click here.

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