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First donations are logged in school referendum campaign

MONICA HERNDON | Times
Rust is seen on pipes in the air conditioning pump room at Westchase Elementary School, seen during a media visit to the school on September 21, 2018 in Tampa, Fla. The school district released a list of projects to be completed should the referendum pass in November. The projects include air conditioning, roofing, security measures and classroom renovations. At Westchase Elementary School the work will include new air conditioning, painting and updated playgrounds.
MONICA HERNDON | Times Rust is seen on pipes in the air conditioning pump room at Westchase Elementary School, seen during a media visit to the school on September 21, 2018 in Tampa, Fla. The school district released a list of projects to be completed should the referendum pass in November. The projects include air conditioning, roofing, security measures and classroom renovations. At Westchase Elementary School the work will include new air conditioning, painting and updated playgrounds.
Published Sep. 24, 2018|Updated Sep. 24, 2018

Strengthen Our Schools, the political committee that is promoting the half-cent sales tax to benefit the Hillsborough County Public Schools, reported its first $150,600 in contributions this week.

The biggest checks, each for $75,000, came from the Hillsborough Classroom Teachers Association and from business executive John Sykes.

The initiative is on the Nov. 6 ballot.

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