Construction Watch: Anchorage School Board approves $82.8 million bond proposal

Mostly targeting earthquake-related school repairs, the Alaska proposal will appear on the April ballot

Alaska’s Anchorage School Board narrowly approved a $82.8 million bond proposal for the April ballot. The proposal mostly targets earthquake-related repairs, and would also fund the first-ever bonded repairs to a charter school. Read more.

In other construction news:

North Carolina Superintendent Mark Johnson announced that $73 million in grant funding from the Needs-Based Public School Capital Fund will be awarded for new school construction in the economically distressed areas of Camden, Graham and four other counties. Read more.


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