$32 million bond proposal defeated in Hillsboro (Ill.) district

Feb. 4, 2010
Money would have enabled district to build a new high school.

From The Springfield Journal-Register: Voters in the Hillsboro (Ill.) School District have defeated a $32 million bond referendum for a new high school. Hillsboro school officials have said the existing 90-year-old high school has structural and mechanical defects and lacks capabilities to support technology in all classrooms.

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