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BRYAN SCHOOL BOARD OFFICIALLY ACCEPTS GRANT. NOW IT’S UP TO THE VOTERS

The Bryan City Board of Edu­ca­tion on Mon­day, voted to offi­cially accept the Ohio School Facil­i­ties Commission’s con­di­tional award of $18.88 mil­lion which will go toward a new grade 6–12 school and remod­eled mid­dle school for grades pre-K-5.

Now, the vot­ers will decide on Novem­ber 5th whether or not to approve the local share of fund­ing for the project.

If the vot­ers turn down local fund­ing, the state money will return to Colum­bus.

Total esti­mated cost of the pro­posal is $57.4 mil­lion — the state’s share at $18.88 mil­lion and the local share at $38.52 mil­lion accord­ing to the Bryan Times.

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