Eldon (Mo.) seeks bond for the third time

Jan. 21, 2008
Money would pay for heating and cooling upgrades, new ag building

The Eldon (Mo.) school district has placed a $10 million bond proposal on the April ballot. The money would enable the district to 15,650-square-foot Agricultural Education Facility and to install a $4 million ground source heating, air conditioning and ventilation system for district facilities. Voters have rejected similar proposals in 2006 and 2007.

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