The Putnam County School Board last week approved a voter referendum on $56.7 million of bonds for school construction projects. The vote is set for Aug. 29.

The West Virginia School Building Authority has agreed to contribute $21.7 million for the construction costs if voters approve the bond deal, the Charleston Daily Mail reported. The district’s last voter-approved bond financing was in 1976.

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