OPS board puts bond measure on May ballot

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - The Omaha Public School board voted to put a $409 million bond measure on the ballot in May. 

The money would go toward building new schools, including a new high school at 156th and Ida as well as one near 60th and L. 

Additionally, the school district would replace the roof at various schools and put in new boilers. 

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