Raymond (Neb.) district plans bond vote

July 23, 2007
$16.3 million would pay for renovating junior/senior high school.

The Raymond (Neb.) Central School District has placed a $16.3 million school bond proposal on the Sept. 11 ballot. The funds would pay for renovations on the existing junior/senior high school building. The project would create around 50,000 square feet of additional space, including a new gym, classrooms, offices, and band room.

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