ENID, Okla. — Fort Supply
The $2.1 million bond issue will fund an addition to the school building to house pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students, who currently must attend classes in a portable building.
The vote was 113-7, or 94.2 percent in favor.
The addition also will serve as a safe room for the entire school. Other projects include building a new, secure entry for the school, installing air conditioning in the older gym and improving the electrical infrastructure of the building. School officials also will use funds for a vehicle replacement program.
Voters in Hennessey approved the 25-year franchise agreement with OG&E by a wide margin, 69-5.
Hennessey Board of Trustees has approved the franchise in October, but it required a vote of residents.