Santa Barbara board puts $110 million bond package on November ballot

July 1, 2010
District seeks funds to renovate school facilities

From Noozhawk: The Santa Barbara (Calif.) School Board has approved a resolution to put a $110 million bond package on the November ballot. Funds would be used for mostly school capital improvement projects, such as repairing and renovating infrastructure, classrooms and restrooms, and updating equipment and utility systems.

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