“We feel great”: Voters approve Indian Hills’ $28 million bond referendum
OTTUMWA, Iowa (KYOU) - New funds are coming in to Indian Hills, now that the college’s $28 million bond referendum got approval from over 60% of voters in last night’s election.
The funds will be gained over a twenty year period for six new projects at Indian Hills, including renovations to several buildings, new virtual classrooms in high schools, and a new law enforcement center.
Indian Hills’ President couldn’t be more excited to see the measure pass with voters’ approval. “It passed in every single county, and overall 73%. It’s kind of unheard of. We just appreciate their support of Indian Hills Community College and the work that we do as a 10-county region we do together makes a huge impact, so we’re thankful to them for sure.”
The college will first turn its attention to the Centerville Campus. They’ll hire an architect to design a new building to replace the 50 year old module units on the campus now.
Construction is expected to begin next June.
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