Voters in Chapman (Kan.) district approve $8.2 million bond proposal

April 8, 2009
District will be able to replace facilities lost in last year's tornado
From The Topeka Capital-Journal: Voters in the Chapman (Kan.) district have approved a $8.2 million bond issue that will enable the district to rebuild three schools and the Education Center, which were damaged or destroyed last year by a tornado.

FROM MARCH 2009: Voters in Chapman (Kan.) Unified School District 473 will decide on April 7 how and when to rebuild school facilities decimated last year by a tornado. The proposed $8.2 million bond issue would enable the district to construct a new elementary school and education center and repair and rebuild the middle and high schools.
Read The Topeka Capital Journal article.

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