The Lafayette Parish School Board will develop a general obligation bond election proposal for the fall to cut away at $1 billion of needs identified by a facilities committee.

School trustees voted last week to accept the committee’s recommendations for a property tax vote later this year to raise $592 million. The master plan developed by the panel proposed $600 million of high-priority projects that could be accomplished within five years.

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