On April 4, 2006 Springfield Public Schools will ask voters to approve the issuance of $96.5 million in bonds. This will result in an 18-cent increase in the district's debt service levy. .
The increase will allow the district to generate $96.5 million to address important issues throughout the district, including air conditioning, school overcrowding, school building repairs and renovations, and high school science and technology lab upgrades.
Even with the increase, the district's debt service levy will remain lower than all other surrounding school districts.
For questions or comments please contact the district's Public Information Office. We will respond promptly to questions on the bond.
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