From The Tacoma News-Tribune: Voters have rejected a $59 million bond proposal in the Pasco (Wash.) district. If it had passed, the school system also would have received $50 million in state funding. The $109 million would have paid for a new elementary school, a new middle school and a new early learning center. The district also had planned to buy land for future schools, fix Stevens Middle School and Livingston Elementary School, relocate New Horizons High School and pay for a few other improvements.
MARCH 2011...from The Tri-City Herald: The Pasco (Wash.) School Board has placed a $59 million bond proposal on the April 26 ballot. If approved, the district expects $50 million in state matching money. It plans to build a new elementary school, a new middle school and a new early learning center.