CHICAGO - The Cincinnati Public School District is considering placing a $348 million general obligation bond issue on the Nov. 2 ballot to help finance school building improvements projects.

Monica Curtis, director of public information for the school district, said that the bond issue would finance most of a $393 million improvement plan proposed last month by Superintendent J. Michael Brandt. The remaining funds would come from the district's operating funds.

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