Marysville (Wash.) district seeks $78 million bond

Jan. 28, 2010
Money would pay to replace 3 aging school facilities

From The Everett Herald: Voters in the Marysville (Wash.) School District will decide two school-financing issues on the Feb. 9 ballot. Proposition 1 is a 20-year, $78 million bond measure to replace three aging schools and make improvements on other campuses. Proposition 2 is a four-year operations levy to help pay the day-to-day costs of running schools. It would replace a voter-approved levy that is expiring.

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