Oregon district seeks $242 million bond issue

April 14, 2008
Salem-Keizer proposal would pay for 4 new schools, other upgrades

Voters in the Salem-Keizer (Ore.) district will be asked in November to approve a $242.2 million school construction and repair bond. The money would pay for a new middle school in West Salem; three new elementary schools in the West Salem, South Salem and McKay high school boundaries; and $109.3 million worth of repairs to existing buildings.

To read The Salem Statesman-Journal article, click here.

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