Voters rejected the two largest school referendums on yesterday’s ballot.
The Freedom Area District posted two questions to voters: one for $66.7 million to build a new high school and renovate existing buildings; the other was for $3.7 million associated with the proposed new high school. Both failed, according to information tracked by the Department of Public Instruction.
Meanwhile, the Milton district sought $69.9 million for a district-wide building and improvement program. That was rejected, according to local media.
Voters in the Three Lakes district approved $15.5 million to exceed rev...