School funding questions now up to district voters
On Nov. 4 Ellsworth School District residents will be asked to vote on two referenda.
Adoption of one would allow the school district to exceed its state-mandated property tax limit by $900,000 for each of the next five years. Adoption of the other would allow the school district to borrow up to $2 million for a series of maintenance projects.
The resolutions authorizing the referenda were adopted on a 6-0 vote of the school board Sept. 15.