City Council approves $125M school construction bond question, overrides Elorza’s school board veto

THE PROVIDENCE CITY COUNCIL on Wednesday unanimously approved a second vote to send a $125 million school construction bond referendum to the November ballot. / PBN FILE PHOTO/CHRIS BERGENHEIM
THE PROVIDENCE CITY COUNCIL on Wednesday unanimously approved a second vote to send a $125 million school construction bond referendum to the November ballot. / PBN FILE PHOTO/CHRIS BERGENHEIM
PROVIDENCE – In a special afternoon meeting Wednesday, the City Council approved two significant school-related measures, including sending a nine-figure school construction bond question to the November ballot. The council unanimously approved in a second vote to advance a $125 million school construction bond referendum to help the city improve its struggling school infrastructure. Back…

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