A rendering shows the new Lincoln Center campus that could be built if voters approve a $120 million schools bond this fall. A $5 million affordable housing bond also is on Orange County’s ballot. The main building, in foreground, would house a ground-level preschool with district offices upstairs. A larger Phoenix Academy could be built behind it.
A rendering shows the new Lincoln Center campus that could be built if voters approve a $120 million schools bond this fall. A $5 million affordable housing bond also is on Orange County’s ballot. The main building, in foreground, would house a ground-level preschool with district offices upstairs. A larger Phoenix Academy could be built behind it. Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Contributed
A rendering shows the new Lincoln Center campus that could be built if voters approve a $120 million schools bond this fall. A $5 million affordable housing bond also is on Orange County’s ballot. The main building, in foreground, would house a ground-level preschool with district offices upstairs. A larger Phoenix Academy could be built behind it. Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Contributed

Chapel Hill News

October 21, 2016 11:33 AM

Money for schools, affordable housing on Orange County ballot

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