South San Antonio district plans high school renovation

Sept. 10, 2009
Voters must approve $62 million bond proposal for plan to move forward

From The San Antonio Express-News: South San Antonio (Texas) Independent School District trustees have approved a plan to use $62 million in bond money to renovate South San Antonio High School if voters approve the measure in November. Trustees were presented with a feasibility study that outlined a three-phase plan to be completed in 2013 that would include more than 376,000 square feet of renovations and new construction for the aging high school campus.

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