Voters in Chapman Unified School District 473 in northeast Kansas will go to the polls April 7 to decide on a plan to issue $8.2 million of 20-year general obligation bonds to rebuild three public schools that were damaged or destroyed by a tornado in June 2008.

Proceeds would be used to build a new elementary school and repair the district’s junior high school and high school. The construction projects will cost a total of $75 million, financed with $20.2 million in insurance payments and $46 million from the state and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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