Voters in the Pine Island school district Tuesday approved a 40-million dollar bond referendum for construction of a new pre-K through fourth grade school building.
They also approved a 6.5 million dollar bond issue for a new auditorium addition to the 5th through 12th grade building, and for improvements to the district's athletic fields.
The first question received 65-percent approval and the second one 62-percent of the vote.
The approval came about a week after voters in the Dover-Eyota school
district approved an 8.6 million dollar referendum for expansion of that district's elementary school and improvements to its athletic fields.