Trustees of Lafayette Parish School Board will meet Sept. 19 to consider a spending plan for the proceeds from a $30 million general obligation bond issue approved in August by the Louisiana State Bond Commission.

Work on the projects could be under way by November, said superintendent Pat Cooper. The bonds are supported by the district’s 4.59-mill property tax. The tax generates $7.5 million a year.

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