The new Hoover High swimming complex was one of many projects paid for by Measure Q in Fresno, Calif. The results of a Fresno Unified School District voter survey on a proposed bond measure for additional facilities improvements were presented to trustees Wednesday, June 15, 2016.
The new Hoover High swimming complex was one of many projects paid for by Measure Q in Fresno, Calif. The results of a Fresno Unified School District voter survey on a proposed bond measure for additional facilities improvements were presented to trustees Wednesday, June 15, 2016. SILVIA FLORES Fresno Bee file
The new Hoover High swimming complex was one of many projects paid for by Measure Q in Fresno, Calif. The results of a Fresno Unified School District voter survey on a proposed bond measure for additional facilities improvements were presented to trustees Wednesday, June 15, 2016. SILVIA FLORES Fresno Bee file

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