The Public Eye

May 25, 2014 12:00 AM

Public Eye: San Juan aims to pay off school bond debt more quickly

School districts usually pay to fix up schools and build new ones by floating bonds and repaying them over a long period, often as much as 25 years. Now the San Juan District is considering repaying its debts much faster to save on interest costs.

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