Mount Pleasant voters to decide on 3 propositions for school improvements

Mount Pleasant school district voters will decide on three bond proposals that would update Westlake Middle and High Schools but could affect taxes. School officials say the buildings are over 50

News 12 Staff

Mar 24, 2015, 3:19 AM

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Mount Pleasant school district voters will decide on three bond proposals that would update Westlake Middle and High Schools but could affect taxes.
School officials say the buildings are over 50 years old.
Mount Pleasant residents will vote on the three separate bond issues Tuesday.
Proposition 1 would raise $34.9 million and add five new science classrooms in the high school, as well as fix outdated ventilation systems ceilings and a leaking boiler.
Proposition 2 would raise $4.9 million to renovate the high school auditorium.
Proposition 3 would add a new road and improve the lower fields for $2.6 million.
Taxpayers can vote on the proposals Tuesday in the Westlake High School gym from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m.


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