The Pulaski County Special School District could build as many as five new schools and renovate two others with proceeds from a proposed $181 million bond program outlined last week by superintendent Charles Hopson.

Hopson told trustees last week that the district would save enough money by closing some schools and consolidating several others to pay annual debt service on the bonds.

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