Cromwell-Wright School District citizens will vote Nov. 7 on a $5.08 million building referendum for school facility improvements.
The proposal includes a new industrial arts addition, dedicated band and choir space, updated auditorium, gymnasium addition, dedicated weight room space and parking lot improvements and expansion.
The school district is at the maximum of what they can currently levy the taxpayers without going to the voters.
Registered voters in School District 95 can vote at the school from 1-8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 7, or today, Friday and Monday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Carlton County Auditor’s Office in Carlton.
Residents who live in unorganized townships and usually receive ballots via mail should note there is no automatic absentee balloting available this year.
Editor’s note: Read opinion pieces in support of and against the building referendum on Page A4. See www.pinejournal.com for last week’s story on the referendum.