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Friday, March 29, 2013 9:10 PM

Central Heights facing bond issue to fund school district improvements

By BOBBY BURCH, Herald Staff Writer

RICHMOND — Patrons of the Central Heights school district soon will face the question of whether to support a $1.75-million bond issue or delay improvements to district facilities.

If approved by voters on a June 4 mail-in ballot, Jim White, superintendent of Central Heights schools, said the bond would fund several improvements for the district. The improvements include the construction, equipment and furnishing of a new music room, locker room, kitchen, improved seating in the gymnasium and auditorium, as well as replacing the original building’s roof, which was built in 1967, White said.

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