Bemidji schools to save more than $2 million
BEMIDJI – The school district is saving more than $2.2 million by refinancing bonds.
The district will save $2.28 million in the next six years after the Bemidji School Board members on Monday approved the sale of more than $17 million in bonds left from the construction of Bemidji High School and Lincoln Elementary.
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