Fruitport School 24

Voters in the Fruitport school district on Tuesday approved an $8 million bond proposal for improvements, to go along with the nearly completed construction of a new high school.

Voters in the Fruitport school district approved a new bond proposal and voters in the Grand Haven school district renewed its operating millage on second homes and commercial properties on Tuesday.

Fruitport Community Schools’ $8 million bond proposal was approved, with voters in the school district that includes portions of Muskegon and Ottawa counties combining to cast 1,747 yes votes to 1,318 no votes. Passing the bond proposal allows the district to remodel, furnish and equip school buildings, along with installing new technological equipment, purchase school buses and improve athletic fields.

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