Voters in the Barbers Hill school district will decide Nov. 5 if they will approve a $60 million bond issue – one that won’t bring any new buildings, but also won’t bring a tax increase.

Unlike the larger bond package voters approved in 2011 which brought with it brand new schools, the November package is for a host of projects intended to extend the life of existing facilities, improve security and upgrade technology.

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