UTAH COUNTY — The Alpine School District Board of Education has decided how to use the remainder of a $387 million bond by figuring out which areas need new schools.
At their Tuesday meeting, parents listened to the board sort out a dilemma: There are three cities in which the district needs to alleviate overcrowding. They can only build elementary schools in two of those cities under the current bond.
The cities include Saratoga Springs, Eagle Mountain and Vineyard.
Some parents in each city would argue that they need a new school.
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