(Cleveland) - Cleveland voters will be asked to pay for new school buildings this fall.
The school board voted this week to put a 37-year, 200-million-dollar extension of the tax first passed to overhaul the district's facilities in 2001.
Cleveland school officials say the tax would pay for 20 new schools and the renovations of 25 more.
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