$120 million school bond will be decided by voters in May

By Nakea Paige
Listen Up Lansing Staff Reporter

The Lansing Board of Education has decided it wants to spend $120 million to update its schools. Now, it’ up to voters dot decide if they want to pay that tab. The bonds were a major point of discussion at the Feb. 18 meeting of the Board of Education. The president of the school board, Peter Spadafore, mentioned how happy he was that “they were finally able to come to a conclusion on the matter.”