BANGOR, Wisconsin (WXOW) - Voters in the Bangor School District approve a referendum to exceed state revenue caps.
The final vote was 328 to 215.
The referendum question asked voters to approve exceeding revenue caps by $600,000 a year for three years.
Dave Laehn, District Administrator, told News 19 before the vote that this referendum is all about maintaining existing programs and services already offered to students. The additional revenue would also allow the district to proceed with other iniatives such as having iPads for classrooms for third through eleventh grade students.
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