$50 million bond issue wins approval in Farmington (N.M.) district

Sept. 1, 2010
District will replace aging middle school

From The Farmington Daily Times: Nearly 80 percent of voters supported a $50 million school bond for the Farmington (N.M.) district. The money will enable the district to build a new Tibbetts Middle School. The existing facility was built in 1941 and originally was a high school.

AUGUST 2010...from The Farmington Daily Times: Voters in the Farmington (N.M.) district are being asked to approve an estimated $50 million bond issue to pay for school-improvement projects. Early voting is under way, and Election Day is Aug. 31. The $50 million bond would enable the district to build a new Tibbetts Middle School. The existing Tibbetts, built as a high school in 1941, is the oldest building in the district. The more than 500 students who attend the school are crammed into the seven-acre parcel of land.

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