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REDMPOND, OR -- If Redmond voters approve the School Bond Measure, they will be able to update all of their aging buildings. Superintendent Charan Cline says he thinks the bond is a great investment for the future. The average age of Redmond school buildings is 45 years old, with some of them nearly a century old. Cline says the bond will also expand student capacity by adding six more classrooms in two elementary schools. You can turn in your ballots by going to the drop box next to the public library in Redmond.

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