State College Area School District voters passed an $85 million school-improvement referendum in May, but without so-called PlanCon money. The Senate is considering a bill that would streamline PlanCon, which could yield millions for the district’s improvement plan.
State College Area School District voters passed an $85 million school-improvement referendum in May, but without so-called PlanCon money. The Senate is considering a bill that would streamline PlanCon, which could yield millions for the district’s improvement plan. CDT file photo
State College Area School District voters passed an $85 million school-improvement referendum in May, but without so-called PlanCon money. The Senate is considering a bill that would streamline PlanCon, which could yield millions for the district’s improvement plan. CDT file photo

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September 03, 2014 12:08 AM

Their View | Reforming our antiquated school construction law: PlanCon and House Bill 2124

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