Utah district’s bond projects go $73 million over budget
Alpine School District’s 2016 bond projects have been millions of dollars over budget since the beginning, according to documents from the school district.
The $387 million bond includes four phases of construction and has been used to purchase property, do security upgrades at schools, rebuild schools and construct new schools, among other projects.
Not all of those projects may be completed, depending on which actions the Alpine School District Board of Education takes. One phase remains of the bond, which includes the construction of two elementary schools in high-growth areas — a middle school in Lehi and a roof replacement at Legacy Elementary School in American Fork.