Bond request for middle school

Sept. 10, 2007
Baker (Ore.) district seeks $21 million.

The Baker (Ore.) School Board will ask voters to approve a a $21 million bond measure on Nov. 6. The money would be used to build a new middle school. Last year, voters rejected a $19 million request for the school; since then the cost estimate for the project has risen.

To read The Baker City Herald article, click here.

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