Winooski voters approve $57.8 million bond for school repairs

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WINOOSKI, Vt. – Voters approved a $57.8 million bond for school repairs on Tuesday.

With 714 votes cast, the bond passed by a slim margin of 368-346.

According to Superintendent Sean McMannon, Winooski High School was built to hold roughly 600 students, with about 850 in the building each day.

The money will be used to modernize Winooski schools and repair outdated infrastructure.

Construction is expected to begin next year with the goal of completing the project by 2022.

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