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VERMILLION VOTERS APPROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BOND ISSUE

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NOW THAT VOTERS IN THE VERMILLION SCHOOL DISTRICT HAVE APPROVED A TWENTY-SIX MILLION DOLLAR BOND ISSUE TO FUND CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, SUPERINTENDENT DAMON ALVEY SAYS THE PLANNING PROCESS WILL MOVE FORWARD:

VERM10   OC………THAT WE WANT. :16

THE NEW SCHOOL WILL BE BUILT ADJACENT TO THE EXISTING MIDDLE SCHOOL:

VERM 11   OC……..FOR THE FUTURE. :18

NEARLY 75% OF THOSE WHO VOTED WERE IN FAVOR OF THE ISSUE.
ALVEY SAYS THEY HOPE TO BE IN THE NEW BUILDING BY THE FALL OF 2024.

JERRY OSTER

UPDATED 5:42 P.M. 10/6/21

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VOTERS IN VERMILLION, SOUTH DAKOTA OVERWHELMINGLY PASSED A SCHOOL BOND MEASURE TUESDAY TO BUILD A NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.

DISTRICT VOTERS APPROVED THE MEASURE 902-304, A NEARLY 75% YES VOTE.

SIXTY PER CENT APPROVAL WAS NEEDED TO PASS THE $26 MILLION DOLLAR MEASURE.

WHEN FINISHED, THE NEW FACILITY WILL REPLACE TWO OLDER BUILDINGS FOR GRADE SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE VERMILLION SCHOOL DISTRICT.