Alpine School District officials expect to ask voters to authorize $210 million of bonds to rebuild 12 schools and improve earthquake safety at 14 others.

Superintendent Vern Henshaw said the spending plan released last month can be revised by the school board after public comment. Assistant superintendent Rob Smith said the bonds could also pay for other minor repairs and improvements.

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