Portland Schools' Budget

Cohen, Jackie
June 2006
Bond Buyer;6/30/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32414, p49
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The article reports on the approval of the Portland School Board of a $405 million general fund budget in Oregon. The budget includes $15 million in new property taxes. Portland District will spend the proceeds of its 10-year capital improvement bonds on new boilers and rooftops for all 90 of the schools in the city.


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