Detroit school board votes against supporting Proposal S

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October 8, 2009

DETROIT, Michigan: The Detroit Board of Education does not want to spend $500.5 million to build and renovate schools, and they’re making it known. On October 8, 2009, the school board voted against supporting the ballot measure, known as Proposition S, that will be on the November 3, 2009 ballot.

Eight board members voted against supporting Proposition S, while one member abstained. According to board member Reveren David Murray: “Proposal S is a snake”.[1]

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