By Tim Kowols
A community listening session planned for August 8 at Southern Door School District could open the door for a new facilities referendum. The session will focus on the future of the District’s buildings by focusing on its long-range facilities plan in several different areas. With debt falling off the books in the near future, Superintendent Patti Vickman says now is a good time to discuss the possibility of the district’s first facilities referendum since 2001.
The community listening session will take place inside the elementary/middle school cafeteria beginning at 6 p.m. Vickman says the board will consider the feedback at its August 13 meeting before deciding on a possible facilities referendum on the November general election ballot.