Durham (N.C.) district is planning for $200 million bond proposal this fall

Feb. 13, 2007
District would build new schools and reduce dependence on portable classrooms.

The Durham (N.C.) school district is planning to ask voters this fall to approve a bond issue of nearly $200 million. The $200 million price tag is nearly twice the amount voters approved in the latest bond referendum in 2003. If approved, the money would pay for the most essential needs: building new schools and getting students out of temporary trailer classrooms.

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