Inland Journal: Spokane Bond Issues, Sept. 17, 2018

Sep 18, 2018

The Spokane School District and city of Spokane worked together in developing their respective bond issues on the November ballot.
Credit Spokane Public Schools/City of Spokane

In November, the city of Spokane and Spokane School District are asking voters for a combined $572 million through two bond issues. The majority of that — $495 million — is for new and renovated schools. The other $77 million would go for new and renovated libraries. We learn about both of those measures in this program.

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Doug Nadvornick speaks with Andrew Chanse, Executive Director of the Spokane Public Library

Doug Nadvornick speaks with with representatives from Spokane Public Schools: Dr. Shelley Redinger (Superintendent) and Dr. Mark Anderson (Associate Superintendent).

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