The West Virginia School Building Authority Tuesday closed on the sale of $103.4 million of excess lottery revenue bonds, resulting in substantial funding to improve the state’s public school facilities, state officials said.

The sale represented the first bond issue for ongoing funding of West Virginia’s public school infrastructure, said a news release by Gov. Joe Manchin 3d’s office.

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