When the bonds for the new elementary school approved in last month's referendum were put up for bid, the interest rate from the lowest bidder was significantly below what the district had expected.
That means the district will pay about $3.7 million less in interest, and the property tax increase to pay for the building will be about 26 percent less than officials expected.
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