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Renovating or upgrading Walla Walla High School science building appears to be a priority for many voters, according to recent surveys. Classrooms, like the one above, are considered crowded and ill-equipped.

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School bond rate rise will boost taxpayer cost

Rates are 50-60 percent higher than they were when voters rejected a Wa-Hi overhaul last year.

WALLA WALLA — You get what you pay for. Unfortunately for district taxpayers, if voters now were to decide to renovate Walla Walla High School to the extent of the proposal they turned down in the February bond election, they’d be paying substantially more.


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