New Mexico Voters Approve $140M in Library, School Bonds
From the Los Alamos Monitor:
Officials at the University of New Mexico, the state’s largest university, say the bonds include $19 million for renovations on the main campus and another $5.5 million is earmarked for branch campuses in Gallup, Los Alamos, Taos and Valencia County.
Another $9.8 million in bonds would go to state agencies for purchasing books, electronic resources and other materials as well as library construction projects.
See Also: Higher Education, Library Bonds Pass (via Albuquerque Journal)
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