By Tamarine Cornelius Wisconsin voters approved ballot initiatives in 26 school districts last week, voluntarily raising property taxes in order to fund services or improved infrastructure in their districts.
Referenda that were approved at the ballot box last week include:
The issuance of $25 million debt by the Horton School District to build a new elementary school, add on to the high school and middle school, and to construct a new transportation facility;
The issuance of $6.2 million of debt by the Mount Horeb School District to replace the heating system at the high school, repair the high school roof, and replace inefficient windows;
A $7.8 million,