Moose Lake Voters Reject School Referendum

MOOSE LAKE, Minn. – Moose Lake voters rejected a school referendum to provide funds to upgrade and improve existing outdoor facilities at the Moose Lake Community School.

The two tiered ballot question asked for a total of $6.6 million to put towards “the acquisition and betterment of school sites and facilities.”

The first question failed 403-648 meaning the second question automatically failed as well.

The first ballot question asked for $3.9 million to construct and complete facilities such as an event parking lot with related lighting and drainage, completion of the track/football field area, and construction of an ECFE playground.

The second ballot question asked for an additional $2.7 million for additional facilities such as the construction of an additional softball field and an additional storage facility with restroom and concession stand space.

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