Oklahoma district wants bond funds for high school addition

Aug. 19, 2007
Roland district also would use funds to buy new school buses.

Voters in the Roland (Okla.) school district will decide on Sept. 11 whether to approve a $2.77 million bond package. A $2.27 million proposal would enable the district to build a high school addition, and a $500,000 request would provide funds for new buses. Each request requires a 60 percent majority for approval.

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