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Posted: Tuesday, 13 May 2014 1:10PM

Lakeshore's Freeman Again Thanks Residents For Sinking Fund Renewal

The Superintendent of Lakeshore Public Schools is again thanking residents for renewing the district's sinking fund during last week's election. At this week's school board meeting Phil Freeman called the fund an integral component to the district's its ten-year capital improvement plan, which was laid out two year ago.



Resident Michael Wilson thanked the board, and commended its hard work at getting the fund passed.



The district has a number of projects lined up over the next decade to utilize the fund, including mechanical equipment replacement, energy efficiency improvements, and replacing the gym floor at the high school. Not only will the fund support building upgrades, it also helped reduce the amount of last year's bond proposal. Passage of the sinking fund did not increase taxes.

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