Mansfield, Tex., Schools to Ask for Record Bond Authorization at May Election

Albanesse, Elizabeth
March 2006
Bond Buyer;3/2/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32330, p30
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The article reports that the Mansfield Independent School District in Texas will ask voters for approval of a $241.5 million general obligation bond proposal on the May 13, 2006 ballot. Student population in the district has increased to 25,600 in 2006 from 10,000 in 1995. Funds will be used to establish three elementary schools, one high school, a bus terminal, improvements to athletic facilities, heating and air conditioning systems and roof repairs.


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