By Tim Kowols
The Southern Door School Board voted Monday to place an operational referendum on the spring ballot. The community will be asked to allow the school district to exceed its revenue limit by $936,000 each of the next two years. District Superintendent Patti Vickman says because the state no longer allows it to raise revenue limits, schools often find themselves having a hard time funding their programs.
According to a press release from Southern Door School District, officials will be offering informational sessions to give voters a chance to learn more about their needs in the near future. The spring election is April 4.