School gets one day bond

By Emily Bialkowski
Caledonia Argus

The Caledonia School District will have its $495,000 one day bond after the majority of taxpayers  voted in favor of the request Nov. 5. The money will be withheld from a payment on the middle school/high school building and help pay for technology, building and grounds needs and curriculum. Although a favorable outcome for the school, only 365 voters took the time to find their way to the polls.

School District of Caledonia one day bond vote            
√ Yes            335
No            30

On the ballot, the question read: Shall the board of Independent School District No. 299 (Caledonia Area Public Schools) be authorized to issue its general obligation school building bonds in an amount not to exceed $495,000 to provide funds for a phased program of acquisition and betterment of school sites and facilities and equipment, with said bonds to be repaid from funds on hand and available in the debt redemption fund of the school district?

Emily Bialkowski/The Caledonia Argus Election worker Lolita St. Mary passes Gordon Klankowski the popular “I voted” sticker people get after casting their opinion.

Emily Bialkowski/The Caledonia Argus
Election worker Lolita St. Mary passes Gordon Klankowski the popular “I voted” sticker people get after casting their opinion.

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