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Voters refuse Prescott school addition referendum

Prescott Intermediate School’s referendum was defeated Tuesday as 888 voters said “no” to a single question referendum on the ballot vs. 683 “yes” votes.

The referendum sought permission to issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $8,900,000 for the purpose of paying the cost of constructing and equipping an intermediate school addition to the high school for grades 4 and 5, including site improvements. The school would have added six classrooms for each grade had the referendum been approved.

HSR Associates Inc., Milwaukee, was the architect for the project.

4 comments

  1. Don’t you voters realize that this could have ‘created or saved’ over 3000 jobs?

  2. Doesn’t Shirley up here realize that this would burden tax payers in a failing economy! Why is there a need for all of this excessive additions with decreased class sizes?

  3. Laura……”Shirley Yujest”….(surely you jest) it’s tounge in cheek, you know…sarcasm. I’m with you 100%

  4. Thank you Voters of Prescott for making the “right” decision!

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