Wrenshall School Referendum Fails For Third Time

WRENSHALL, Minn. – Voters in Wrenshall voted down a school referendum Tuesday, 513 no – 428 yes, that would have helped upgrade the district, according to Superintendent Kim Belcastro.

The referendum called for a $14 million remolding project for their schools that included a new gym and indoor air quality improvements.

If the referendum passed, annual taxes would have gone up about $300 on a $150,000 home beginning in 2020 and go for 20 years.

This is the third referendum on this topic that failed.

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