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Durham Public Schools to ask taxpayers for $110 million

Posted May 13

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— Durham Public Schools plans to ask taxpayers for $100 million, as a base number, in a November referendum.

The plan includes $51 million for a new Northern High School, and $28 million for a new elementary school in southern Durham.

Eno Valley Elementary would also receive more than $7 million for renovations.

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  • Betsy Smith May 14, 12:03 p.m.
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    My vote is "No" as long as we don't require proof of citizenship for students. Well beyond time to deal with a major source of the budget and capacity problems.