Anchorage voters will decide on bonds

Posted: Wednesday, January 14, 2009

ANCHORAGE - Two school bond proposals worth $97 million will be decided in an April election in Anchorage.

The school board on Monday voted to send the two facility improvement proposals to the April 7 election.

One proposal includes more than $66 million for an addition and renovations at Service High School. It also includes $2.5 million for a water and sewer line extension at Eagle River High, and $680,000 for improvements at Girdwood School.

The second proposal, at more than $27 million, is for building projects districtwide, including sprinklers, roof repairs and traffic safety improvements.





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