EUGENE, Ore. -- The Yes for 4J Schools citizen committee kicked off its bond campaign Friday.
The campaign seeks to raise support for Eugene 4J School District $319.3 million bond that will be on the November ballot.
On Friday the public had the chance to speak with committee members at North Eugene High School about the impact the bond would have on students and families.
The committee is made up of educators, community members, business leaders and students.
If the bond is approved, work would include replacing North Eugene High School, Edison Elementary School and Camas Ridge Elementary School. The bond would also involve making safety improvements to schools.
Voters will have the final say in the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
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