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Killeen ISD school buses were seen in this file photo from 2016.

New electric school buses may be on the way to the Killeen school district after it was awarded a $9.8 million grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

In a discussion during Tuesday’s Killeen Independent School District board meeting, Deputy Superintendent Megan Bradley provided an update on the district’s EPA electric bus grant.

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Killeen ISD Deputy Superintendent Megan Bradley addressed the school board Tuesday regarding the EPA's newly awarded $9.8 million electric bus grant.

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Noe Rodriguez

My honest opinion on this school bus buy grant. Its another democrat tactic of pushing their green new deal. I read an article that the Biden administration was offering 1billion dollars for scholarship programs and grants if school district bought this buses. But then again, Im only expressing my opinion. The cost of maintenance, and now the building of charging system? This buses to be driven only local? Hope KISD makes a good decision, and not just based on the money offered.

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