Spokane district appears to be winning approval of $288 million bond package

March 11, 2009
Money would pay to replace 4 elementary schools, upgrade other facilities

A $288 million Spokane (Wash.) Public Schools construction bond appears to be headed for approval. The question, which needs needs a 60 percent supermajority to pass, was ahead on election night 29,187 to 17,685.

Read The Spokane Spokesman-Review article.

EARLIER: The Spokane (Wash.) district is seeking voter approval March 10 for a $288 million bond proposal. The money would enable Spokane to replace four elementary schools, modernize one high school, make districtwide techonology and security upgrades, and other facility improvements.
Read the Spokane district's bond election brochure.

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