School bond measures OK’d in 5 R.I. communities

JEFF WATTS, plant engineer at Rogers High School in Newport, examines a problem area at the school, outside the gymnasium, where water has delaminated the wall. Newport voters on Tuesday approved a $106.3 million school bond measure, where most of the funds will be used to build a new Rogers High School. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
JEFF WATTS, plant engineer at Rogers High School in Newport, examines a problem area at the school, outside the gymnasium, where water has delaminated the wall. Newport voters on Tuesday approved a $106.3 million school bond measure, where most of the funds will be used to build a new Rogers High School. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
PROVIDENCE – Voters in five cities and towns across Rhode Island overwhelmingly approved Tuesday new school bond measures to allocate funds for school repairs, with one city planning to use the bulk of its bond to construct a new high school. Cranston’s proposed $147 million bond – the largest bond of the five municipalities –…

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