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Posted January 22, 2013

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Website Offers More Information on APS Capital Improvements Election

Voters are asked to consider a $368 million bond and mil levy package Feb. 5.

Bernalillo County voters can learn more about current and upcoming school construction projects on a web page located at Albuquerque Public Schools’ website. 

The page explains what’s at stake in the $368 million bond and mil levy package that voters are being asked to consider Feb. 5, lists major projects and offers links to information on the school board election and early voting locations. Early voting is open through Feb. 1. 

Visitors to the site also can read more about individual projects and see photos of them. There are also links to the Yes! For Our Children’s Future site and Facebook page, which offer more detail about the funding sources and APS’ capital master plan.

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