Posted: Tuesday, 05 March 2013 11:43AM
The last in a series of informational meetings on the Arcadia School District's spring referendum will be held Wednesday night.
The district on April Second will ask residents to approve a $24.4 million bond issue. The funds would be used to construct a new addition to Arcadia High School that would replace the existing elementary and middle school buildings.
According to the Trempealeau County News, the district will have held 20 informational meetings after Wednesday to inform residents of the need for the new addition. Wednesday's final session will be held at 7:00 p.m. at the Arcadia Cooperative Association.
The second of two public meetings on the Blair-Taylor School District's referendum will be held next Monday, March 11th, in the high school library. That school district is seeking voter approval of a bond issue not to exceed $16.99 million to finance a new addition to the existing middle and high school campus.
Both referendums will be on the April Second spring election ballots.