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Some Not in Favor of the SD2 Bond

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Not everyone is in favor of the $122.3 million bond.

Barbara Bryan, a former board chair, is concerned if this does pass the school district won't have the funding needed to operate the new schools.

"I just don't want to see schools built that can't be operated and I don't want to see schools built that can't be maintained because no one's going to benefit from that. Nobody. It's going to be hard on teachers. It's going to be hard on students, and it's going to be hard on the community," said Bryan.

Bryan hopes the district will expand the already existing elementary and middle schools instead.

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