While we don't have any major statewide elections here in Wisconsin next Tuesday, some municipalities do have important referendums on the ballot next week. New Jersey and Virginia are examples of states that hold gubernatorial and state legislative elections in November of the odd year, as opposed to the vast majority of other states who hold theirs in the even years. 

Nonetheless, the below communities will be voting on a variety of projects for their area, and we encourage you to vote!

District

District Name

Total Amount

Type

Brief Description

0287

Barneveld

$12,900,000.00

Issue Debt

Demolition of the oldest portion of the existing school building; construction of an addition for a new elementary school, music rooms and art rooms; construction of a new secure entrance, cafeteria, commons and kitchen; upgrades to restrooms, HVAC and plumbing and electrical systems.

0287

Barneveld

$3,400,000.00

Issue Debt

Renovation and expansion of Multi-Purpose gymnasium, addition of a new industrial arts and STEM area, staff/event parking.

1155

Cochrane-Fountain City

$7,000,000.00

Issue Debt

Initial Resolution Authorizing General Obligation Bonds or Promissory Notes In An Amount Not To Exceed $7,000,000.00

1855

Florence

$3,750,000.00

NR - 2018

For continuing operations and maintenance of the district.

1953

Freedom Area

$66,700,000.00

Issue Debt

New High School and Renovations of current HS/MS and Elementary Schools.

1953

Freedom Area

$3,700,000.00

NR - 2020

Non-Recurring Debt Referendum for New High School

3612

Milton

$69,900,000.00

Issue Debt

Issue general obligation bonds for a District-wide school building and improvement program.

4606

Princeton

$2,375,000.00

NR - 2018

Resolution to increase revenue limits for operational needs.

5733

Three Lakes

$15,463,935.00

NR - 2018

To Exceed Revenue Limit by 3,092,787 per year for five years for non-recurring purposes

5852

Union Grove UHS

$7,875,000.00

Issue Debt

Construction of an agricultural building and greenhouse on land owned by the District; remodeling and renovations in the technology education department; improvements to the science classrooms and conversation of a general classroom to a science classroom; construction of an addition for a wellness center with 3 or 4 classrooms located above the wellness center for future expansion; related site improvements; capital and building infrastructure improvements and repairs, acquisition of furnishing, fixtures and equipment.