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Q.C. board votes to put $15 million capital bond on ballot

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Posted: Wednesday, June 2, 2010 2:12 pm

The Queen Creek Unified School District governing board voted Tuesday to put a $15 million capital bond election on the Nov. 2 ballot. Queen Creek will seek approval for $8  million for technology, furniture and equipment; $1  million for the purchase of student transportation vehicles; and $6  million for renovations and upgrades to existing buildings, said Shari Zara, chief financial officer with the district.

In 2005, voters approved a $30 million bond program that included funding for construction of two additions to Queen Creek Elementary and supplemented state funding for a new middle school and high school, as well as paid for a new administration facility.

In 2002, voters approved a $16.8 million bond program that funded an aquatic center, the purchase of land and a transportation/maintenance facility, as well as renovations, repairs and maintenance at schools.

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