Harborfields School Bond Passes Easily

Voters in Harborfields convincingly approved a plan Tuesday night to borrow $39.2 million for building improvements. The vote was 813-171.

District leaders, in meetings with voters in recent months, estimated the annual cost to homeowners as $262, or $21.86 a month.

The district will keep the community updated on the progress of the projects as we move forward. Thank you again for your support,”  district officials said on its website.

Building roofs are a focus of improvement plans, along with masonry, sidewalk, asphalt and curb repairs will be completed. Security improvements include door ajar sensors.

Work at the high school includs the replacement of auditorium seating, the installation of lights to the stadium field and the addition of air conditioning to the south gymnasium. Additionally, two tennis courts and the outdoor track
will be replaced and select student bathrooms will be renovated. Improvements will also be made to several classrooms, as well as the student courtyard.

At Oldfield, the outdoor track will be replaced, to include new fencing.
In addition to other infrastructure work, two music rooms will be renovated, parking lot gates will be installed, and the tennis courts will be repaired.

Thomas J. Lahey Elementar will see additional  security fencing and parking lot gates, replacement of interior doors, the installation of new playground equipment and safety surfacing, enhancements to classrooms and the additionof an asphalt basketball area for students.

At Washington Drive Primary School, work would also additional parking, the installation of new playground equipment and safety surfacing, and
the installation of parking lot security gates.

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