Clark-Pleasant navigates need for projects while limiting debt

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A decade ago, building a new school was a simpler process.

Clark-Pleasant Middle School, for example, opened in 2011 to make room for up to 1,600 students. The school board was used to seeing 400 to 500 new students enrolling each year when they approved the $42 million building, and officials knew if more space was needed they would have to raise taxes again to pay for new schools or to renovate and expand existing ones.


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