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Pulaski School District to take another crack at referendum

This one divided into multiple questions

7:23 AM, Jan. 17, 2013
Pulaski teacher Kim Noe helps a student in an Electronic 11 English class at Pulaski High School in 2011. A spring referendum would ask for funding to help pay for technology upgrades.
Pulaski teacher Kim Noe helps a student in an Electronic 11 English class at Pulaski High School in 2011. A spring referendum would ask for funding to help pay for technology upgrades.
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Voters in the Pulaski School District this April will get what many say they want: a ballot that includes multiple referendum questions about whether to borrow to pay for building repairs, technology and other amenities.

The School Board on Wednesday approved a spring referendum that includes four questions: one asking for about $4.4 million for building repairs, security upgrades and other improvements; a second requesting to raise the tax levy by $650,000 in each of the next seven years to pay for technology; a third asking for about $9.13 million for building remodels and some ...

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