Goldendale (Wash.) district voters defeat $32 million bond request

April 29, 2011
Money would have enabled district to overhaul high school campus

From The Yakima Herald-Republic: The Goldendale (Wash.) school district has failed to pass a $32 million school bond measure to finance a new high school and other facility upgrades. The high school project was expected to cost $20 million. The remaining money would have been used for upgrades to the middle school.

Earlier...from The Goldendale Sentinel: The Goldendale (Wash.) School District has placed a $32 million bond proposal on the April 26 ballot. The key project in the proposal is the rebuilding of Goldendale High School. Only the existing gym and locker room area will be preserved. The proposal also includes funds for upgrading windows, roofs, wiring and doors at the middle school and for adding two classrooms to the first grade wing of the primary school.

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