Portland 750M Schools Bond In Holding Pattern

Dated: 07/26/2016

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The anticipated $750 million Portland Public Schools bond campaign may now land next spring as opposed to the fall.

As KGW, a PBJ news partner reports, the Portland Public Schools board has suggested moving the effort to the May 2017 ballot.

The schools measure looks to be taking place next spring, as opposed to in the fall.Enlarge

The schools measure looks to be taking place next spring, as opposed to in the fall.

The board would instead pour its efforts into hiring a new superintendent.Carole Smith stepped down from the post last week.

The school bond would include $550 million to modernize Madison, Lincoln, and Benson high schools and Kellogg Middle School. Another $200 million would go toward health and safety.


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