Provo School District puts $108 million bond on November ballot

Posted at 9:31 PM, Feb 12, 2014
and last updated 2014-02-12 23:31:12-05

PROVO, Utah – Officials with the Provo School District hope to rebuild at least five schools using a $108 million bond that was placed on the ballot for November.

A board voted unanimously to approve putting the bond measure on the November ballot Tuesday, so voters will be allowed to weigh in when the November election occurs.

The bond would be used to rebuild Provo High School and four elementary schools: Edgemont, Rock Canyon, Provost and Sunset View.

Those who own a home worth an average of $200,000 would see a property tax increase of about $13 per month.