SPRINGFIELD, Ore. – On the November 5 ballot is a $62.5 million school bond in Springfield.
If approved, much of the money would be used to replace Hamlin Middle School, which was built in 1957. Other improvements include upgraded technology infrastructure, improvements to heating equipment, better handicap access and more security.
If the bond is passed, it would cost the owner of a $150,000 home about $62 a year.
For more information on the school bond, click here.