If voters pass an $8 million no-tax increase bond issue in April, the Union R-XI School District officials want to use some of the money to improve school safety.
The board of education unanimously voted last week to take necessary steps to put the bond issue on the April ballot to pay for capital projects that are too costly for a typical budget. The projects would include new rooftops, as well as other building improvements totaling an estimated $6.4 million.
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