Construction Watch: Ann Arbor voters approve largest bond in Michigan since 1994

An investment of $1 billion will go toward upgrades at every school, buses and technology
By: | November 8, 2019
Ann Arbor Superintendent Jeanice Swift celebrated the approval of a $1 billion bond for Ann Arbor Public Schools in Michigan.Ann Arbor Superintendent Jeanice Swift celebrated the approval of a $1 billion bond for Ann Arbor Public Schools in Michigan.

Voters are investing $1 billion in Ann Arbor Public Schools in Michigan to renew and replace existing infrastructure, make upgrades at every school, build new classroom spaces, and purchase buses and technology. Read more.

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In Texas, Arlington voters overwhelmingly approved a $966 million school bond. Arlington ISD will replace four schools and close two elementary schools. The money will also be used for renovations to accommodate state-mandated pre-K classes as well as upgrade playgrounds, gymnasiums and athletic fields. Read more.