Marietta (Ohio) district mulls plans for November bond vote

July 6, 2009
Funds would enable district to build high school and K-4 facility

From The Marietta Times: The Marietta (Ohio) school district is planning to ask voters in November to approve a $47 million bond proposal. The money would provide the local share of a $78.7 million plan to rebuild schools in the district. The state would provide the rest of the funding. The plans calls for building a high school and a kindergarten-through-fourth-grade building. The existing high school would become a fifth-through-eighth-grade building.

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