Want to know what a new San Diego Unified facilities bond would do for your neighborhood school? A tentative list of projects, broken down by school, is now available.

Even new schools such as Lincoln High School are slated to get repairs under the proposed bond list. Lincoln’s list includes repairing “inefficient, outdated heating and ventilation systems” and replacing “frayed or aging wiring.” Marshall Middle School is booked for new or repaired plumbing and sewer systems.

School board members will discuss the list Tuesday, but the bond is not likely to be finalized until a later meeting. If you notice anything interesting, please shoot me an e-mail at emily.alpert@voiceofsandiego.org.


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