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Prior to April's vote, voters in 2013 rejected a $17.6 million plan for a new center to replace the current building.
In addition to existing dollars and debt certificates, board members also are considering a private fundraising campaign to potentially offset a portion of the building's cost, Schuler said.
Based on current market rates, the district would pay $873,281 annually if it borrowed $12.5 million for 20 years and an estimated total interest cost of $4.9 million. If it borrowed $15 million over 20 years, it would pay $1 million annually and an estimated total interest cost of $5.9 million.