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TROY BOND UP FOR FOURTH VOTE

March 20, 2013

The Troy School is badly in need of a new boiler system, to replace the rusting one shown left, along with other energy efficiency and security measures. Bond meeting is Mar. 27; vote is Mar. 28. Courtesy photo.

TROY - Officials and friends of the Troy Elementary School are asking voters for a fourth time on March 28 to approve a bond for renovations and repairs to the school. The school board will hold an informational meeting at the school 7 p.m. March 27. Voters will accept or reject the vote by Australian ballot.   
The Troy Elementary School board of directors and principal have been trying to get a bond for the work they feel is necessary. The board started out by asking for $2.2 million early 2012. Each time voters rejected the bond the board went back to the drawing table and scaled back the project. Voters last rejected a $1.1 million bond in early January. Since then parents of Troy Elementary School students have been working on getting a petition to ask voters to reconsider the issue.

For more of this story, see Thursday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for March 21, 2013.

 

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