Special Elections Tuesday

posted by WMT News - 

SEVERAL AREA SCHOOL DISTRICTS WANT TO HEAR A "YES" FROM VOTERS ON TUESDAY ON VARIOUS BOND ISSUES IN SPECIAL ELECTIONS.

IN THE LINN MAR COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT LEADERS ARE TRYING TO PASS A $55 MILLION DOLLAR BOND VOTE TO PAY FOR TWO NEW SCHOOLS.

THE HIGH SCHOOL IN MONTICELLO WOULD HAVE A NEW MIDDLE SCHOOL WING ATTACHED TO IT IF VOTERS APPROVE A  15-MILLION-DOLLAR PROPOSAL BOND MEASURE TODAY.  

MEANTIME  NORTHEAST IOWA COMMUNITY COLLEGE IS REQUESTING VOTERS TO APPROVE THE CONTINUANCE OF A BOND LEVY THAT WILL HELP THE COLLEGE ADD SECURITY CAMERAS, UPDATE LABS AND CLASSROOMS, IMPROVE ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND MORE. IF APPROVED, NICC WOULD GET $39 MILLION TO MAKE IMPROVEMENTS TO ITS PEOSTA AND CALMAR CAMPUSES, AS WELL AS ITS CENTERS.

POLLS OPEN AT 7AM AND CLOSE AT 8PM TONIGHT.

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