Gibraltar School Board authorizes bonds for school upgrades

Upgrades for the Gibraltar School building can now move from the design phase to the building phase with the issuance of $4.5-million dollars in general obligation bonds.  The Gibraltar Board of Education approved the sale of those bonds which will fund renovations of the Library Media Center and classrooms, the creation of additional meeting and support space along with safety and security upgrades.  Board of Education President Mark Weborg says the renovations will be done on an ambitious timetable.


The construction work will be done through Ziese Construction Company.

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