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Redmond Schools Likely To Ask Voters For Bond Measure Next Year

REDMOND, OR --The Redmond School District is looking at November 2020 to ask voters to approve a $55,000,000 bond measure. Superintendent Mike McIntosh says, "In the $55,000,000 range we'll be able to replace Lynch Elementary School and do many of the safety and security upgrades that we hoped to do." Among the safety upgrades is a plan for vestibules in the entryways of schools where visitors would have to speak to a secretary before being allowed in by a camera and buzzer system.

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