Mississippi district wins approval of $61 million bond plan

Sept. 16, 2009
Madison County plans to build its fourth high school

From The Madison County Herald: Voters in the Madison County (Miss.) district have approved a $61 million bond issue that will pay for the county’s fourth high school and other construction and improvements. Besides the high school, the projects to be financed by the bond issue include elementary science labs, classroom additions at six schools, athletic facility improvements, and other renovations.

JULY 2009...from The Madison County Journal: The Madison County (Miss.) school district is asking voters on Sept. 15 to approve a $61 million bond proposal. The money would pay for a new high school, as well as elementary science labs, middle school computer labs and artificial turf for all the district's high school football fields. The request will require a super majority of 60 percent for approval. The bulk of the bond will go towards the construction of a new Gluckstadt High School, but district-wide improvements are included to help garner widespread support.

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