Yuma-Yuma county voters will head to the polls Tuesday to decide on two bond issues for the Yuma Union High School District.
The bonds seem to be widely supported in the community.
The “tin gym” is one of the buildings that would be replaced if voters approve a $79.5 million dollar bond. One of the two bonds voters are being asked to support in elections Tuesday.
YUHSD Superintendent Toni Badone says the tin gym is impossible to air condition with swamp coolers during Yuma’s warm summer and early fall.