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Prop S Campaign Launches Web Campaign

03-11-2011 09:17 AM CET | Science & Education

Press release from: Tatlow, Gump, Faiella & Wheelan, LLC

Moberly, MO, March 10, 2011:

On the April 5 2011 ballot, Moberly School District voters will be asked to approve a $16.2 million bond issue for a major renovation of the Moberly High School. The item will appear on ballots as Proposition S. The “Yes on S” campaign has launched a website where voters can learn about the project, and the renovation that will be funded by the bond money.

The site features information about the renovations, why the project is needed, voter information and costs. The site also addresses common questions and provides visitors with the opportunity to become involved with this community effort.

The Prop S web site is located at: The supporters of Prop S have also launched a Facebook page. The Facebook page provides information about upcoming events and meetings. Supporters can also promote the project by recommending it to their friends. The Facebook page is located at

Prop S and the renovation plan is the result of a community based approach which involved several public meetings that included concerned citizens, parents, teachers, administrators and students. Additional information from the school district about Proposition S can be found at

As the word spreads and support grows for Prop S Parents Group Launches Web Campaign

110 North Fifth Street
Moberly, MO 65270
Phone: 660-263-3100

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