ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Voters have approved giving the AlbuquerquePublic Schools $616 million in bond issues and a property tax milllevy to fix up schools and build a new football stadium.
With all precincts reporting, the bond passed with 72 percent ofthe 32,000 votes cast.
The district will issue $225 million in general-obligation bondsfor construction, maintenance and technology, as well as to matchcapital outlay funds.
The mill levy to make up the rest passed with 68 percent of thevote.
Big-ticket items for the money includes $26 million for RioGrande High School and $38 million for a new sports complex andfootball stadium on Albuquerque's West Side.
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