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Vote expected on $363M construction bond proposal in Cherry Hill school district

CHERRY HILL, N.J. — A vote is anticipated Thursday on a significant college spending plan in Cherry Hill.

Voters will determine on whether or not to approve a building bond proposal for the district’s 19 faculties. It totals $363 million.

The Cherry Hill superintendent, who helps the proposal, says foundational items of the infrastructure must be upgraded. That features air-con, entrances, doorways, home windows, plumbing, parking heaps and athletic fields.

CBS New York Crew , 2022-10-06 00:14:00

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