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Monday, April 5, 2010

 2:12 PM 

School districts seek $260 million in referendums

Three dozen school districts are asking voters for an additional $260 million through a total of 48 referendum questions on Tuesday's ballots.

The largest referendum will be held in Jefferson, where the school board is asking voters for more than $35 million to fund an addition and renovations to the local high school.

Other large ballot initiatives set for April 6 include: the Waunakee Community School District, which will hold four referendums totaling $34.5 million; Pewaukee, which is seeking nearly $25 million through three referendums; Johnson Creek, holding two referendums worth just over $20 million; the Green Bay Area School District with two referendums totaling $16.7 million; the Stoughton Area School District with two referendums worth a total of $15.7 million; and one referendum for $11.9 million in central Wisconsin's Tomorrow River School District.

See all school referendum information and results:
http://www2.dpi.state.wi.us/sfsref/ref_Home.aspx

-- By Andy Szal

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