They Said Yes! WBSD Bond Passes

Emma Lundgren, Jo Fogarasi, and Madison Ruiz

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Yesterday May 2nd 4,835 West Bloomfield residents voted on whether to pass the new West Bloomfield School District Bond. It was voted ‘yes’ by 3,321 residents and ‘no’ by 1,514 residents, thus passing the $120 million proposal. What will this bond do for the future of West Bloomfield schools? If you want to see more information on what the bond is and consists of click here: http://wbspectrum.com/11281/news/exciting-new-proposal-to-improve-our-district/

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