NORMAN — Members of the Norman School Board on Monday will consider calling a $126 million special bond issue election in February.
If it is approved by the board and voters say yes on Feb. 11, 2014, the bond issue will be the largest in the district’s history, surpassing the $109 million proposal approved in December 2009.
At stake are $122,500,000 for capital improvements, furniture, fixtures and equipment and a separate $3,500,000 fund for
transportation equipment. Before the bond vote, school board members will decide on the recommended projects.
In 2009, voters approved both issues by more than 66 percent. The board meets at 5 p.m. in Norman City Council chambers, 200 W. Gray.
In other agenda items Monday, the board will:
— Consider a bond counsel agreement for the 2014 bond issue with Norman attorney Robert L. Pendarvis.
— Lease extension agreements for temporary office space at 500 W. Main Street and 222 E. Eufaula.
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