$7.8 million bond election planned in Nogales (Ariz.) district

July 15, 2011
Money would be used to upgrade aging facilities

From The Nogales International: The Nogales (Ariz.) school board has voted 4-2 to put a $7.8 million capital-improvements bond issue on the ballot next November. The new bond money is necessary to add, repair or replace dilapidated facilities, including the science lab at Nogales High School where some of the fixtures and equipment date back to the 1970s.

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