HPSD takes vote to public


HPSD takes vote to public
 Hope citizens should be aware of a resolution passed at Monday evening’s meeting to add to the voting ballot in the Hope Public School district in September. The school district will be asking voters for approval of a refinancing former bonds, with no tax increase to the public.

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