GRANTS PASS, Ore.--The Grants Pass School Board is voting unanimously to put a bond measure on the May 15th ballot.
It would help renovate its middle schools.
Voters will be asked to approve a 138.7 million-dollar bond, which would mature over 30 years.
NewsWatch 12's Eliana Sheriff shows us why the school board says it's critical.
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