Montana district seeks bond funds for classroom addition

Jan. 8, 2011
Marion district also would improve school's accessibility to students who are disabled

From The Daily Interlake: Voters in the Marion (Mont.) School District are deciding in a mail-in election whether to approve a request for $2.2 million in bonds. The money would pay for an 11,955-square-foot addition and renovations that would bring the school up to code on multiple safety standards. The work also would upgrades of building restroom to bring them into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The five new classrooms would be used by grades 4 to 8. The ballots are due to be returned Jan. 25.

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