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Hayfield Referendum Passes

Hayfield Referendum Passes

September 11, 2017 10:58 PM

(ABC 6 News) -- Voters have passed a referendum for the Hayfield Community Schools district.

The bond referendum passed Monday night will give $10 million for a lot of elementary remodeling and internal fixtures like the high school boilers.  Another $4.3 million will go toward security renovations.  Nearly $10 million dollars had already been received through Quality Zone Academy Bonds--which will be interest-free over the next 20 years.

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“No doubt, we’re excited about the outcome, mostly for our students and for our future students. We also feel fortunate and happy for the support we have from/with our families, staff, and communities," said Hayfield Superintendent Gregg Slaathaug, via a Facebook post.  “There are real needs that were identified and brought forward — safety and security, aging facilities, classroom space, and quality classroom learning environments — that are now going to be addressed."

At this point, there's no word on exact numbers from Monday's referendum vote.


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