Harrison School District residents approve $79.5M bond referendum

The district says it needs the money due to unprecedented growth in all of its schools.

News 12 Staff

Nov 17, 2023, 3:23 AM

Updated 212 days ago

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Residents in the Harrison School District voted Thursday on a $79.5 million bond referendum.
The referendum passed 900-456.
The funding will be used to expand and upgrade all six of the district's schools.
The district says it needs the money due to unprecedented growth in all of its schools.
The average cost for homeowners would be $294 per year.
Work would begin in spring of 2025.


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