Lone Grove Public School hopes to expand campus project

By: Sara Humphrey Email
By: Sara Humphrey Email

LONE GROVE, OK - Some oklahoma schools are asking voters to pass school bonds during Tuesday's elections.

Lone Grove Public School officials say a $3.2 million dollar bond won't increase your property tax.

Superintendent Todd Garrison said the proposed bond would expand a current auditorium project, allowing them to add another 500 seats and 300 more parking spots.

He said taxes will decrease in the city by 8.5% whether or not the bond passes.

Garrison said the proposed bond would be paid off by 2023.


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