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$28M bond would fund school safety improvements

Courtesy photos<br>Above, cracked concrete plagues Granite Mountain Middle School, while below, damaged roofing is seen at Prescott High School. More than $8,000 of a proposed $28 million bond would go toward roofing, concrete and asphalt repair, according to school officials. Voters will be asked to approve the bond, as well as an override totaling more than $2 million, in November.

Courtesy photos<br>Above, cracked concrete plagues Granite Mountain Middle School, while below, damaged roofing is seen at Prescott High School. More than $8,000 of a proposed $28 million bond would go toward roofing, concrete and asphalt repair, according to school officials. Voters will be asked to approve the bond, as well as an override totaling more than $2 million, in November.

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