Pa. District Votes to Finance New Construction, Upgrades

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Thursday, May 2, 2013

The Plum School Board on Tuesday night voted to approve a combination of bond refinancing and borrowing that will glean the district $15 million.

Officials intend to use the money for a variety of facility improvements over the next five years including paving driveways and parking lots, painting and installing air conditioning at Center Elementary School.

Plum School District's facility improvements total about $5.5 million, according to a list generated by the administration.

Also, $7 million is earmarked for construction of the new Holiday Park Elementary School. The total cost of the new school is estimated at $18 million.

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