BOWLING GREEN The Bowling Green city school board plans to meet in special session at 6 p.m. today to formally approve the millage for a $43.2 million bond issue that will appear on the November ballot.
The board agreed last week to ask voters to approve the bond issue, which would be used to build a middle school, a performing arts center, a support services building, and an athletic building at the high school campus and to expand Crim Elementary School.
The meeting will be held in the library of Bowling Green High School. No other action is expected to be taken.
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