By Tim Kowols
Two different referendum questions addressing revenue limits and facility improvements will be discussed when Sevastopol School District holds a special board meeting on Tuesday. One question would authorize the school district to exceed its revenue limits by $2 million per year for two years for the non-recurring purpose for its budget. The second question addresses the $25.1 million plan to overhaul the aging building by demolishing some of its oldest sections and replace it with a new two-story addition. Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says the proposed facilities plan is a good option.
Sevastopol School District has had four successful operational referendums in years past. The special Sevastopol School Board meeting will take place inside the high school library at 6:30 p.m.