Soaring market raises school bond investment

The school bond approved by voters in the Salem-Keizer School District in 2018 has grown from $619.7 million to $677.7 million, the Community Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC) told the Salem-Keizer School Board on Tuesday, Feb. 11

Market premiums, earnings on bond proceeds, grants and reimbursements have made the difference, CBOC reported. The additional funds were allocated first for a variety of projects to . . .

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