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Junction City Votes Yes for New High School

Geary County voters have approved the bond issue to build a new high school.

Geary County voters have approved the bond issue to build a new high school.

Kennedy Cox

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On Tuesday, November 7 the city of Junction City voted to approve the local bond issue for a new high school. The long-awaited day has been highly anticipated and even a little controversial.

Citizens of Junction City have voted and the polls closed with 1,718 votes in favor of building a new high school and 1,361 votes against the proposed bond issue.

According to the USD 475, “A bond of $105 million will be paid for by the current mill levy which will not rise as a result of this project.”

The new high school is predicted to be built by 2020.

 

 

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