Voters in Lafayette Parish will decide Oct. 22 on a proposed 20-year, $561 million general obligation bond issue to fund new schools and upgrade facilities.

Trustees of the Lafayette Parish School District voted unanimously last week to ask voters to approve a property tax increase of 25 mills to support the bonds and a separate 20-year tax hike for maintenance and repair efforts.

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