Alburnett Schools won’t get $11.64M in upgrades and expansions; bond fails

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ALBURNETT, Iowa (KWWL) – Voters in the Alburnett Community School District voters have turned down a bond that would have provided $11.64 million dollars in school upgrades and expansions.

The bond failed with about 55-percent in favor.  It required 60-percent to pass.

The bond would have funded the construction of an agriculture, industrial tech, and consumer science wing for students interested in trade programs. The additions would have also expanded the current facility and have kept everything on the campus that houses all K-12 students.

See KWWL’s story before the vote took place here: https://kwwl.com/news/2019/06/20/alburnett-voters-to-consider-11-64-school-bond-for-facility-upgrades-expansion/

Abby Turpin

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