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EUGENE, Ore. - From new schools to safety, security, and seismic upgrades, the Eugene 4J School Board is talking Wednesday about $385 million in the form of a bond measure. For a breakdown of how they possibly plan to spend the money, click on the pictures in this web article's photo gallery.
Wednesday night's school board meeting is at 7:00 p.m. at the Eugene 4J School District Headquarters at 200 North Monroe Street.
Board members plan to discuss the bond measures details, then vote on whether to put the measure on the November ballot, at their meeting on June 20th. They could make that decision Wednesday night, but district officials say that vote will most likely happen June 20th.
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