LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- New Albany-Floyd County schools are sending a new plan to voters to improve school buildings in the district.
On Monday, the school board approved an $87 million plan for voters to decide on in November. That's $7 million more than last year's referendum that failed, with 55 percent of voters saying no.
The $87 million plan will require a tax increase. The money would go toward improving all three middles schools and New Albany High School.
Last year's school tax vote failed with a 55 percent "no" vote.
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