Webb City residents pass $11 million school bond
WEBB CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
Shall school district issue bonds for $11mil to construct, renovate several areas within district?
WEBB CITY, Mo. – Voters pass an $11 million school bond in Webb City. The money will fund new classrooms, a virtual learning lab, theater renovations and a new turf area at the middle school.
“Shall the Webb City R-VII School District of Jasper County, MO issues uts general obligation bonds in the amount of $11,00,000 for the purpose of constructing, improving, repairing, renovating, furnishing, and equipping new and existing school facilities including constructing contemporary science classroom, a virtual learning lab and general classroom space at the High school renovating Cardinal theatre at the high School and constructing a new turf area for; but not limited to Middle School physical education, band practice field and Junior High and High School multipurpose practice field.
If approved, the district’s debt service property tax levy of $0.6800 per one hundred assessed valuation of real and personal property?”
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