Bloomfield Hills bonds rejected

May 9, 2007
Money would have enabled Michigan district to rebuild two high schools.

After a week of controversy about a campaign flyer some called anti-Semitic, voters have rejected a $121-million bond issue that would have paid for two new high schools in the Bloomfield Hills (Mich.) School District. The bonds would have paid for demolishing and then rebuilding both Andover and Lahser high schools.

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