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LPS Board May Consider Bond Plan Without Raising Taxes

LINCOLN–(KFOR Oct. 23)–The Lincoln Public School Board is leaning toward asking voters to pass a $289 million bond in early spring.

That much money would build two new smaller high schools, probably about 1,000 students each, PLUS new sports complexes at each of those high schools…smaller than Seacrest Field, but larger than Beechner Athletic Complex at Lincoln High.

The bond would build a new elementary school in northeast Lincoln, upgrade 6 middle schools and add space to Arnold Elementary…all of this without raising taxes.

The School Board has until November 26th to finalize its recommendations in order to get the bond issue on the ballot in February.


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