$29 million bond approve in Tahlequah (Okla.) district

May 18, 2009
Money will pay for new elementary, upgrades at existing campuses

From The Tahlequah Daily Press: Voters in the Tahlequah (Okla.) district have approved two school bond issues. One proposal will provide $29 million for constructing, equipping, repairing and remodeling school buildings. It also will help purchase furniture, fixtures and equipment, and pay for acquisition of a site for a new facility. A second proposal calls for $1.28 million to be used to purchase buses. The building proposal includes improving cafeteria facilities at Tahlequah High School and Greenwood Elementary, and constructing a new elementary school. It also takes in roofing and siding, plus lighting for the track.

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