Arizona district seeks bond funds for multiuse facility

Sept. 23, 2009
Voters in Beaver Creek district asked to approve $3.275 million request

From The Camp Verde Bugle: The Beaver Creek (Ariz.) School District is asking voters on Nov. 3 to approve a $3.275 million bond request. The money would enable the district to build a multiuse facility that would serve as a cafeteria, library and auditorium, and multiuse meeting rooms to be used by the school as well as the community at large. The district also would remodel existing buildings to make as many as seven additional classrooms.

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