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by Randy Ellis Modified: March 12, 2013 at 10:06 pm •  Published: March 13, 2013
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Following is a list of proposed projects that would be funded by a proposed $36.47 million bond issue that the Harrah School Board is considering scheduling for a May 14 vote:

-Harrah High School: Eight new classrooms, $2,193,500; new administrative area, security entrance and cafeteria, $790,125; sport facility improvements including new indoor facility, cheer, locker, $2,879,340; new locker and concession, $2,752,750; new football field, $840,000; new press box, $200,000; turf, $1 million; re-surface track, $215,000; parking, $1,350,000.

-Russell Babb Elementary School: new administrative area and security entrance, sprinkler system in existing library/classrooms, $1,252,850.

-Clara Reynolds Elementary School: new administrative area and security entrance, $472,500; new library/safe room, $815,000.

-Virginia Smith Elementary School: new administrative area and security entrance, $595,000; four new classrooms, physical education building/safe room, $2,460,125.

-Harrah Junior High School: 10 new classrooms, $2,651,500; new administration area and security entrance, $437,500; 765 new seats, locker room, restrooms, lobby, $1,760,000.

-Technology: $2 million.

-Furniture: $150,000.

-Phones, roof repairs/HVAC, $860,000.

-Architectural fees: $1,359,911.

by Randy Ellis
Investigative Reporter
For the past 30 years, staff writer Randy Ellis has exposed public corruption and government mismanagement in news articles. Ellis has investigated problems in Oklahoma's higher education institutions and wrote stories that ultimately led to two...
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