St. Louis (Mich.) school district voters have rejected a $9.3 million bond for building, educational technology, buying school buses and site development.
To read The Midland Daily News article, click here.
EARLIER:The St. Louis (Mich.) school district is seeking voter approval of a $9.3 million bond proposal. The bonds would provide funds to improve energy efficiency, security and technology in district; install new roofs and boilers; improve playground and athletic facilities and address other building maintenance issues. To read The Saginaw News article, click here.