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Voters In Hilldale School District To Decide $15 Million Bond Issue

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The bond would construct a new, secured entrance to the elementary school. The bond would construct a new, secured entrance to the elementary school.
MUSKOGEE, Oklahoma -

Voters in the Hilldale School District will head to the polls Tuesday to decide a $15 million bond issue.

If it's approved, the district tells us 85 cents of every dollar would go to schools.

The money would be used for a new elementary gym, classroom additions and a secure entrance for the elementary school.

It would also buy textbooks and new technology as well as upgrades for the football, softball and baseball facilities. It would also pay for an all-sports building.

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