Durand voters will see two school referendum questions in November

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DURAND, Wis. (WEAU) Taxpayers in an area city will soon get to cast their vote on two referendums for school improvements.

On November 4th, people in the city of Durand will have the opportunity to vote.

In the first question, the school district is asking for $17.5 million.

That money would be used on renovations at Caddie Woodlawn Elementary School and the Durand Middle and High Schools.

In the second question, the school is asking for $1.5 million to help renovate the football field and track complex.

If the first question is approved the school district says taxes would increase by $8.75 per month on a $100,000 home, and $1.33 if the second question passes.

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