Nearly $700 million in school referendum questions approved

Voters across the state approved some $699.7 million in school referendum questions and rejected $265.1 million in asks on the April ballots.
The highest asks this year came from Green Bay and Verona school districts, and were both given the green light. That includes Green Bay’s request to exceed revenue limits by $165 million over the next 10 years.
That passed, along with $68.3 million that’s going to cover the costs of a district-wide school building and facilities improvement plan, including the reconstruction of Baird Elementary School.
Meanwhile, Verona voters approved $162.8 million fo...

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