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Bond Issue Passes

Posted on: November 3, 2021
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November 2 was an important day for Milford Exempted Village School District. According to unofficial results from the Clermont County Board of Elections with 40 of 40 precincts reporting, the Bond Issue to build a new middle school has passed. 

We are so grateful to our voters. The passage of this bond issue means the world to our students, our staff, and to our community at large. The support at the polls today shows us that the community shares our vision of the future for Milford Schools - to replace the aging junior high with a building that provides students and staff modern facilities and flexible spaces to meet learning needs and to prepare our Eagles for an ever-changing competitive world. 

Thank you, also, to the special group of tireless volunteers for working so diligently to make sure voters were educated about the bond issue. It made all the difference in helping to get the word out. 

What’s next? Now that the bond issue has passed, the District will begin working with the Ohio School Facilities Commission to begin the process of designing and building the new school. We will provide ample opportunities for community input and feedback. The design process will take a year and a half and construction could begin as early as August 2023. Construction is a year to two year process; the new building could open in the fall of 2025.

This is an exciting time for Milford. Thank you, again, for your support.