63 percent of Albany County voters approved a 25 million dollar bond issue to add enhancements to the new Laramie High School that is scheduled to open in 2015. The state is paying for the new school, but the bond will pay for the enhancement of an auditorium, add labs and athletic facilities. The bond is projected to cost the owner of a $100,000 home $38 a year. Groundbreaking for the new high school will occur this summer.
Albany County voters approve school bond issue
By Bob Beck • May 8, 2013