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Olathe school bond election starts Wednesday

Updated: 2013-05-21T22:06:16Z

Ballots for a $244.8 million bond should begin showing up Wednesday in mailboxes of registered voters in the Olathe School District.

The ballots must be returned to the Johnson County Election Office by noon June 11.

If passed, the no-tax increase bond will help the district build a fifth high school, build another elementary school, improve aging facilities, heighten security and enhance technology for students, district officials have said.

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