Union Voters Approve Bond Issue To Help Fund Collegiate Academy

Tuesday, February 8th 2011, 10:30 pm
By: News On 6


TULSA, Oklahoma -- Despite snow-packed parking lots, counties across Green Country held elections Tuesday as scheduled.

Union Public Schools $21 million bond issue passed with nearly 90 percent of voters approving the measure.

It will pay for a new wing at Union's Collegiate Academy, maintenance on existing facilities and basics like textbooks and essential equipment.

District officials also said Board member Jeff Bennett kept his Zone #1 seat with more than 58 percent of the votes.

1/7/2011 Related Story: Union Public Schools Bringing College Experience To High School