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High School District Still Waiting Out Measure B

It’s a waiting game for the Nevada Joint Union High School District on Measure B. The local bond measure to upgrade current high school buildings and infrastructure, needs 55 percent of the vote to pass, and currently has 54.18 percent with some votes still to be counted. District Superintendent Louise Johnson says they did some polling before placing the measure on the ballot, and their results came in 70 percent in favor…

Listen to Louise Johnson 1

So, with the numbers so close, all she can do is wait, as she told KNCO’s Lorraine Jewitt ‘On the Town’ (Wednesday)…

Listen to Louise Johnson 2

The bonds are for 47-million dollars. The opposition claims it could end up costing more than that.

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