Hudsonville (Mich.) district wants voters to decide $82 million bond question

Dec. 13, 2010
District would build facility for grades 9 and 10, and an elementary school

From WOOD-TV: The Hudsonville (Mich.) school board has approved a plan to ask voters for $82 million to pay for a new ninth- and 10th-grade building, a new elementary school and other upgrades. If the state approves of the bond request, voters would see the question on the May 3 ballot.

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