Haverhill, New Hampshire - October 24, 2008
The money is in place to repair the Haverhill Cooperative Middle School.
A special bond passed last night by a vote of 305 to 39.
The school closed last month due to structural concerns and air quality issues. Students are attending classes in makeshift classrooms in the area. Repairs will cost around $2 million dollars. Taxpayers are responsible for $800,000 of that bill.
Officials hope the school will reopen by December.