Gilroy (Calif.) district plans $150 million bond request

June 19, 2008
Funds would help with high school construction, other facility needs

Trustees in the Gilroy (Calif.) Unified School District have informally voted to place a $150 million general obligation bond on the Nov. 4 ballot. The bond will be used to fund the district's facilities needs, which include the ongoing construction of Christopher High School, modernization of aging facilities and other infrastructure upgrades.

To read The Gilroy Dispatch article, click here.

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