Funds for new correspondence building rest in the hands of voters

By Tony Gorman

Photo by Tony Gorman
The current Innovative Learning Program building.

Photo by Tony Goman
Inside the Old District Office Building

Cordova voters are faced with one proposition on this year's ballot.  If Proposition One passes, the City will release no more than $500,000 in general obligation bonds toward the construction of the Cordova School District's new correspondence building.  KCHU's Tony Gorman reports.

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