Maricopa County Unified School District No. 48 will renovate, upgrade, and add to its facilities if voters approve $118 million of five-year bonds in November.

The district, which serves the city of Scottsdale, would use the proceeds to build four middle schools and make mechanical and electrical upgrades and renovations to nine elementary and middle school sites.

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