From The Tacoma News-Tribune: The Tacoma (Wash.) School Board has agreed to place a $500 million bond request on the Feb. 12 ballot. The money would pay for 14 major projects and a string of smaller improvements at schools across the city.
OCTOBER 2012....from The Tacoma News-Tribune: The Tacoma (Wash.) School Board is considering whether to put a $500 million bond proposal before voters in 2013. The money would enable the district to build or renovate more than a dozen schools, ranging from a permanent home for the Science and Math Institute to a completed remodel at Wilson High School. The board has scheduled a public hearing this week on the possibility of holding a bond election in February. The district has a list of 14 capital projects, many directed at the oldest school buildings.
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