The Hutchinson School District will put two questions to voters tomorrow (Tuesday, November 5th), one to renew the current operating levy, the other for additional revenue. Both are to maintain current district services.
Question one asks voters to approve $720 per pupil unit.
The second question asks for an additional $180 per pupil unit.
District officials say residents will not see an increase in property taxes if the referendums pass.
All voting for Hutchinson School District residents will take place at the Hutchinson Recreation Center.
Lester Prairie District and Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted District are among the Minnesota school districts that will put ballot questions to voters Tuesday.
Lester Prairie will ask voters to renew the existing property tax levy of $351 per pupil unit.
Voters in the HLWW district will as voters to approve two bond referendum questions. The first is for $21.3-million for construction of a new middle school, as well as partial or complete demolition and/or repair and renovation to the existing middle school facility. The second question asks for $6.63-million for improvements to the existing Humphrey Elementary and Winsted Elementary School facilities.
57 Minnesota school have operating levy referendum questions on Tuesday’s ballot. 26 Minnesota schools are putting bond referendum questions before district voters.