The Anchorage School District Board put a $97 million general obligation bond referendum on the ballot for April, the Anchorage Daily News reported this week.

The district split the request into two parts: $68.9 million for addition, renewal, and design projects, including renovation of a high school, design of a new elementary school, and renovation of a high school water and sewer system; and $27.5 million for building system renewal projects, including sprinkler, roof replacement, traffic safety, security, and mechanical systems.

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