Ohio district wants to build K-12 campus

Oct. 22, 2008
Hillsdale voters will decide on $19 million bond proposal

TheHillsdale (Ohio) Local School District is asking voters to consider a $19 million bond issue to build a new school building that would house kindergarten through 12th grade. The total project cost is estimated at $33.1 million. The state would contribute $14.1 million. The Ohio Schools Facilities Commission assessed Hillsdale school buildings to determine whether is should build new or renovate existing facilities. OSFC determined that renovating Hillsdale's three existing buildings would cost $3 million more than building new.
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