Facility Maintenance Frozen at APS

ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS WILL TAKE STEPS TO DEAL WITH THE DEFEAT OF A 900-MILLION DOLLAR MILL LEVY AND BOND PACKAGE BY VOTERS. ACCORDING TO THE ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL, THE DISTRICT HAS DECIDED TO FREEZE FACILITY MAINTENANCE SPENDING UNTIL IT CAN FULLY ANALYZE ITS FISCAL SITUATION.

CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER SCOTT ELDER SAYS THE DISTRICT’S MAINTENANCE FUNDING FROM THE STATE WILL RUN OUT BY JULY.

BECAUSE OF THE ELECTION RESULTS, ELDER SAYS THE PLANNED PURCHASES OF SCIENCE, LIBRARY, PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND FINE ARTS EQUIPMENT WON’T BE MADE.

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