There will be no Peoria Unified bond on this year’s ballot

School board approves recommendation to not move forward with measure

Posted 6/2/22

In a new turn of events, the Peoria Unified School District will not attempt to put a bond on the 2022 ballot in order to fund important projects including a new high school to alleviate overcrowding in the northern part of the city, among other needed improvements throughout the district.

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