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Loudoun voters approve $81.7M bond for school projects

In addition to voting for elected officials, Loudoun voters also overwhelmingly decided in favor of a new school bond. The bond passed with 71.4 percent of the vote, meaning the county will contract a debt and issue capital improvement bonds in the maximum amount of $81,761,000 to fully or partly finance several projects.

The projects include the design and construction costs for the C.S. Monroe Technology Center and Douglass School Renovations; the design and construction costs of high school stadium synthetic turf and track resurfacing; the installation cost of division security improvements at 60 schools; the costs of school bus replacements and acquisitions; and the costs of other public school facilities as requested by the Loudoun County School Board.


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