Donnelson, Ia- The Central Lee School Board will be putting its $12.9 million bond issue to a vote.
The Pen City Current Reports that at the board’s regular meeting on June 11th the board passed a resolution to issue general obligation bonds not to exceed the $12.9 million to upgrade and add onto current district facilities.
The district tried to pass a bond referendum in April of last year but failed to reach the state-mandated supermajority of 60% + one vote. The measure had 701 yes votes to 542 no votes for a 56.4% approval.
The Boards vote on the matter will be taking place at the next board’s meeting.