Voters approved $90M in bonds, now Durango schools prepare for improvements

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Voters approved $90M in bonds, now Durango schools prepare for improvements

Some projects will start this school year, others will require more time
Durango School District 9-R expects to begin some maintenance work at schools, such as asphalt and roof repairs, before the school year is out, after voters approved issuing $90 million in new bonds. The bonds will pay for security upgrades, a backlog of building maintenance needs, rebuilding Miller Middle School and construction of a new Career and Technical Education Center.

Voters approved $90M in bonds, now Durango schools prepare for improvements

Durango School District 9-R expects to begin some maintenance work at schools, such as asphalt and roof repairs, before the school year is out, after voters approved issuing $90 million in new bonds. The bonds will pay for security upgrades, a backlog of building maintenance needs, rebuilding Miller Middle School and construction of a new Career and Technical Education Center.
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