Ray Escalera power washes the sidewalk outside the new North Johnston Middle School. Debt approved by voters in 2013 funded $57 million in capital projects, including construction of the new school in Micro. In 2016, the school board hopes to have another round of bonds on the ballot.
Ray Escalera power washes the sidewalk outside the new North Johnston Middle School. Debt approved by voters in 2013 funded $57 million in capital projects, including construction of the new school in Micro. In 2016, the school board hopes to have another round of bonds on the ballot. John Hamlin jhamlin@newsobserver.com
Ray Escalera power washes the sidewalk outside the new North Johnston Middle School. Debt approved by voters in 2013 funded $57 million in capital projects, including construction of the new school in Micro. In 2016, the school board hopes to have another round of bonds on the ballot. John Hamlin jhamlin@newsobserver.com

School board wants bonds on 2016 ballot

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