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The mid-term elections of 2010 can best be compared to a glass that is half full or half empty. It depends on which political party one voted for, or in the case of this author, if one decided to sit ... Posted on 11/5/10 at 5:45 PM
HILLS — In 1971, the Minnesota state legislature passed the “Minnesota Miracle” giving school district s the ability to levy, with voter approval, additional funds to cover general district operating costs.
Higher per-pupil spending approved in local election
WORTHINGTON — Tuesday's election brought good news for administrators in four area school districts: Adrian, Edgerton, Heron Lake-Okabena and Westbrook-Walnut Grove. Each succeeded in passing a referendum that called for the replacement of each district’s current levy with one that allows higher per-pupil spending.
Iowa voters to elect mayors and council members today
WORTHINGTON — Voters throughout the region will go to the polls today to cast their ballot in school referendums, mayoral and city council posts and, in a couple of Iowa communities, to decide on a municipal swimming pool and an added hotel/motel tax.
Proposed $2,087 per pupil unit levy would be one of highest in state OKABENA — One week from today, voters in the Southwest Star Concept (Heron Lake-Okabena) school district will go to the polls to decide on what could become one of the largest operating levy referendums in the state, if approved.
Public meeting planned for 7 p.m. Monday
ADRIAN — Adrian Public School will host an informational meeting at 7 p.m. Monday in the Elementary School commons to discuss a possible $1,250 per pupil referendum.
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