Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Voters Asked for Three Billion for K-12

Colorado voters in a host of school districts will be asked for funds to build new schools and repair the old. The Denver Post’s John Aguilar reports more than three billion in bonds is on the November ballot. Some of the larger issues are:

Adding in mil levy overrides, the total November request will be near four billion dollars.

Educators have been dealing with rising expenses, especially salaries, and rapid growth. But the main attractions are low bond interest rates and a presidential election with high turnout.

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