BREWSTER - Round Lake-Brewster School District residents will head to the polls Tuesday to determine whether the school can bond up to $1,995,000 to construct an addition onto the current RL-B school in Brewster.
The proposal includes a new gymnasium, four new classrooms, elevator installation and a secure entrance.
Polls will be open from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at polling locations across the district.
According to the Nobles County Auditor-Treasurer’s Office, 13 absentee ballots had been received by Friday morning. In Jackson County, 11 had been received by noon Friday.
Consistent with where district voters reside, absentee ballots may be cast at the Nobles or Jackson counties auditor-treasurer’s office on Saturday, May 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and again Monday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Polling locations for Tuesday are:
Brewster City Hall, 246 10th St., Brewster: City of Brewster residents.
Brewster Legion Hall, 825 East Ave., Brewster: Hersey Township residents.
Round Lake City Hall, 98 Main St., Round Lake: City of Round Lake and Indian Lake Township residents.
Nobles County Auditor’s Office, Government Center, 315 10th St., Worthington: Graham Lakes and Lorain township residents (these townships that utilize mail-in ballot system for state and general elections will not receive ballots in the mail for the RL-B election).
Round Lake Town Hall, 32529 720th St., Round Lake: Round Lake Township (Jackson County) residents.
Jackson County Courthouse Board Room, 405 Fourth Street, Jackson: Alba, Ewington and LaCrosse townships’ residents (these townships that utilize mail-in ballot system for state and general elections will not receive ballots in the mail for the RL-B election).