Ohio district tries again on bond

Aug. 14, 2007
West Clermont district wants to replace two aging elementary buildings.

West Clermont (Ohio) School Board members have placed a $30 million bond issue on the November ballot. The district would use the money to replace two elementary schools--Amelia and Withamsville-Tobasco, both built in the 1930s. This is the district’s fourth attempt at a bond issue to build new schools since November 2005.

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