Clawson schools seek $25.5M bond in upcoming election – Daily Tribune

Clawson Public Schools is asking voters to approve a $25.5 million bond in the Aug. 8 election, which school officials characterize as a “zero-mill” bond because it will not raise the millage rate.

Clawson schools Superintendent Billy Shellenbarger said the district is a few weeks away from completing a new middle school and high school gym that are part of the work from a $55 million bond voters approved two years ago. That bond also did not increase existing school taxes because older district debts were  being paid off, school officials said at the time.

The proposed bond will help the district finish “the scope of work” on the project, he said.

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