Prosser (Wash.) district puts off bond plans

Jan. 7, 2009
High school construction project on hold until economy rebounds
A bond election to pay for a new high school inProsser, Wash., will have to wait until the economy improves. The district has postponed a planned March 10 referendum that would have asked voters to approve a $47.6 million bond issue. Board members say they will wait out an uncertain economy that has brought rising unemployment and falling housing prices. To read The Yakima Herald-Republic article, click here.

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