Associated Press, Published November 14 2013
Bond issue votes set in 5 northern ND school districtsMINOT, N.D. — Voters in five northern North Dakota school districts will be deciding the fates of multimillion-dollar bond issues in coming weeks.
The Minot Daily News reports Kenmare residents will decide Tuesday whether to approve a $14 million bond issue for an elementary school addition and a second gymnasium.
On Dec. 3, Westhope residents will vote on a $4.3 million proposal for various school renovations, and South Prairie voters will decide the fate of a proposed $12 million high school.
Minot residents will decide Dec. 10 whether to approve a $125 million bond issue for several projects including a new elementary school and a second high school.
And early next year, voters in the Nedrose district will decide whether to approve $18 million for a new middle school and high school.