Voters Approve Bond Issue In Madison
November 8, 2011, 8:33 PM
MADISON, SD -
A multi-million dollar bond issue has passed in Madison.
With 65 percent of the vote, people in Madison have given their approval to a $14.5 million measure. It will be used to renovate the high school as well as add an art room, band room, a Culinary Arts Program and a new gym.
$8 million will come from capital outlay funds, so the community will actually only fund just over $6 million.
A nearly $17 million plan was defeated in February.
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