By Tim Kowols
Sevastopol residents will have two additional questions on their ballot after the school board voted in favor of a pair of resolutions looking to maintain programming and improve its facilities. The $25.1 million building referendum will allow the district to replace the structures in the poorest condition with modern facilities that address educational and safety needs. Superintendent Kyle Luedtke told DoorCountyDailyNews.com prior to the Tuesday’s board meeting that the recommendation from the Citizens Facilities Advisory Committee came after almost a year of meetings and studies.
A $2 million operational referendum will also be on the November ballot. In a statement from Sevastopol School Board President Lisa Bieri, she says they take “the balance of student need and its responsibility as stewards of the community’s tax dollars seriously” and find that the building plan will “serve the district well over the course of this anticipated obligation.”