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Updated: 08/10/2014 08:00:01AM

Tax dollars key to school security upgrades

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SUN PHOTO BY ADAM KREGER
The single-point entrance at Port Charlotte Middle School — with a secure door that has to be opened from behind the front desk — is an example of what other schools around the district would add, if voters approve the penny sales-tax extension in November.

By PAUL FALLON

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Charlotte County Public Schools officials hope voters will approve the extended 1-percent local-option infrastructure sales tax, in order to upgrade security at area schools.

Some of the older schools in the district can be accessed at many different points, said Chris Bress, chief technology officer at the school district.

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