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Some nuts and bolts of the school bond


December 28, 2017

The Cheney School District’s capital facilities bond voters will begin considering later this month has many more parts and pieces than the $44.88 million measure that failed to receive a needed 60-percent majority twice in 2015.

That bond was for expansion of the district’s sole high school only, and included three of four phases to modernize the facility that began life in 1966 as a multi-building campus, compared to the single-building structure today. Phase four, which never received much discussion due to the failure of the initial bond, called for spending $42.9 million in 2025 to...

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