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Local Election Results


The Fenton Board of Education has placed a $125,550,000 bond proposal on the November ballot, which has numerous impacts on the Fenton Area Public Schools (FAPS). 

The proposal was open to all registered voters who live within the Fenton school district.

The bond includes new safety and security updates ranging from new security cameras, a new secured entrance at Andrew G. Schmidt (AGS), updated locks, doors and windows and a new pedestrian/student crosswalk on Shiawassee Ave. 

The bond also includes various building improvements, ranging from air conditioning and new climate control systems, roof repairs, mechanical upgrades and renewed parking areas. 

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Additionally, each FAPS elementary school is planned to get a new playground and World of Wonder is slated to have a remodeled courtyard and a new active play area.

Furthermore, the bond includes numerous building renovations and additions. For Fenton High, additions are slated for the fine arts facility and the Ruby Zima Auditorium. It also includes a multipurpose facility with a track, turf field and a robotics lab. Additional upgrades and improvements to the outdoor athletic fields are also included.

Classroom additions to the elementary schools include Science Technology Engineering Art Mathematics (STEAM) labs and a new science lab at AGS. 

Lastly, the bond includes updates and remodels to all public school bathrooms and updates to all classroom furniture and student learning stations at all of the FAPS. 

Voters in the Fenton district approved the bond, enabling the next step of district-wide improvements to begin.

Additionally, Fenton voters elected three individuals; Patricia A. Lockwood, Brad Jones and Sean Sage to the city council. 

Lastly, Fenton voters re-elected incumbent Sue Osborn, who ran unopposed.

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