Mount Horeb school projects go to referendum
Vote set for April 2
Mount Horeb residents will vote in April on a $6.1 million referendum to complete projects at the high school.
The Mount Horeb School Board approved the referendum in a 5-to-1 vote Monday night.
The money would be used to replace the heating system and repair the roof at the high school, replace single-pane windows at the early learning center and at the high school and to acquire equipment.
The referendum will be held during the spring election on April 2.
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