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Lansing school officials prep campaign for $120M millage

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Lansing Board of Education President Peter Spadafore

The Lansing Board of Education has wrapped up a series of public forums on a multi-million dollar bond proposal that will go before voters next year. We talk with the president of the Board of Education, Peter Spadafore about what voters have had to say about the Pathway Promise plan.

The Lansing School District is considering a multi-million dollar bond proposal in 2016. Over the last couple of weeks, district officials have conducted five public forums to gather input on the proposal and what passage or failure might mean to the district.

Current State explores what the money would be used for and what voters had to say at these forums with Peter Spadafore, the president of the Lansing Board of Education.

Scott Pohl is a general assignment news reporter and produces news features and interviews. He is also an alternate local host on NPR's "Morning Edition."
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