TRAVERSE CITY — The Traverse City Area Public Schools board of education will decide whether to pursue a bond proposal for the upcoming general election.
On Monday, board members will consider approving the proposal for November's ballot that would increase the district's existing 3.1-mill bond levy by up to 0.9 mills to help raise $100 million for reconstruction at area elementary schools, including major renovations at Central Grade School, and a performing arts center at Central High School.
The board also will hold a public hearing and vote on its budget for 2012-13. Members will also vote to ratify contracts with several district unions.
The meeting starts Monday at 6 p.m. at the Tompkins Boardman Administration Center on Webster Street.