School patrons to decide elections
Tuesday, May 9th 2000, 12:00 am
By: News On 6
(Undated-AP) -- Voters across the state will decide bond issues for schools. In Bartlesville, voters are being asked to decide $5.2 million in bond issues for general maintenance, technology and instructional needs.
Broken Arrow voters will consider a $10 million proposal for a new middle school to ease overcrowding at Central Middle School.
In Wagoner, school patrons will determine the fate of a proposed $2.975 million bond issue that would fund construction of an events center for graduations, assemblies and concerts.
And in Rogers County, the Justus-Tiawah district will vote on whether to annex into Inola Public schools.