Dover-Eyota voters approve school referendum
(ABC 6 News) – Dover-Eyota voters had their say on Tuesday on a referendum to fix the district’s public schools.
The two questions posed to voters would bring in more than $20 million for improvements if passed.
The plan focuses on improving school buildings, increasing security, and expanding learning space. Something the district said can’t happen with their current annual budget.
RELATED: Breaking down the ballot: Dover-Eyota Public Schools referendum
Question 1: yes – 57% (585), no – 43% (450)
Question 2: yes – 55% (568), no – 45% (469)
Please read this message from Superintendent Frie.— D-E Public Schools (@deschools) August 10, 2022
Again, THANK YOU for your continued support! ??
A PDF version can be found here: https://t.co/6yTVawG2xC pic.twitter.com/nArrGuOY5X