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Ann Arbor Schools $1 Billion Budget Vote

Ann Arbor Schools $1 billion bond headed for November ballot

ANN ARBOR, MI – A billion-dollar question will go before Ann Arbor voters in November, asking them to approve a capital bond for Ann Arbor Public Schools. The Ann Arbor Schools Board of Education on Wednesday, June 26 unanimously approved language for the $1 billion capital bond proposal to appear on the Nov.

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