$168 million bond proposal in Berkley (Mich.) district

Jan. 10, 2010
Money would pay for new middle school, other upgrades
FromThe Observer & Eccentric: Voters in the Berkley (Mich.) district will decide on Feb. 23 whether to approve a $168 million bond proposal that would pay for a new middle school, upgrades of several elementary schools and other facility improvments.

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