LAKE LINDEN, Mich. (WLUC) Lake Linden-Hubbell Schools voters approved a bond that'll bring the district millions of dollars.
During Tuesday's primary, voters authorized the purchase of $2,770,000 in bonds, which will cost them an average of 1.25 mills starting in 2017 and will last for up to 14 years.
The funding will pay for infrastructure repairs. One item on the school's to-do list is repairing the walkway connecting the middle/high school and the elementary school buildings.
School security will also be upgraded with the installation of a keyless entry system and a new fire alarm system.
"We greatly appreciate what our community does for the school and the confidence they show in what we bring to them and what we need to have done," Lake Linden-Hubbell Schools Superintendent/Principal Craig Sundblad said. "We're very pleased and appreciative for that."
Sundblad said the majority of the projects will begin next summer so students won't be disrupted.