Pasco School District voters will have to wait a little longer to learn the fate of a $99.5 million bond. The final disputed ballots will be counted Nov. 28.
Pasco School District voters will have to wait a little longer to learn the fate of a $99.5 million bond. The final disputed ballots will be counted Nov. 28. File Tri-City Herald
Pasco School District voters will have to wait a little longer to learn the fate of a $99.5 million bond. The final disputed ballots will be counted Nov. 28. File Tri-City Herald

Pasco school bond teetering. See which way it’s swinging

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