In what could be a harbinger of voter defiance to come, Springfield school voters won’t pony up to pay for a $10 million bond to improve energy efficiency.
“The items that were part of the bond were real needs,” McLaughlin told the Eagle Times. “The project consisted of a combination of efficiency and safety improvements. If we were to pursue these projects in a more spread out way, they likely will be less effective in terms of overall efficiency and more expensive in up-front cost.”
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