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District deviated from referendum promises; tackled more projects

8:12 PM, Jan. 26, 2013
Nathan Ulrich works with Kelly Kettner while Nicolas Blando works on an assignment in the resource room at Webster Stanley Middle school. The school's old windows are being replaced as part of an expanded school district maintenance program funded by a 2009 referendum.
Nathan Ulrich works with Kelly Kettner while Nicolas Blando works on an assignment in the resource room at Webster Stanley Middle school. The school's old windows are being replaced as part of an expanded school district maintenance program funded by a 2009 referendum.
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Oshkosh school officials tackled more deferred maintenance projects than expected in recent years, but in the process deviated from plans shared with the public during a 2009 referendum campaign to fund the work.

Voters in April 2009 authorized the district to raise property taxes an extra $1.3 million annually through the 2013-14 school year to pay for deferred maintenance. District officials at the time gave the public a specific plan for how it would use the $6.5 million over five years for roof repairs, boiler replacements, new windows and other improvements.

But the district strayed ...

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