Marathon School District voters decide on a proposed $8.1 million Capital Project.
The District says the work – at the District’s three facilities – will improve security, energy efficiency and replace/upgrade items near the end of their useful life.
State building aid will cover more than 90% of the work, along with $800-thousand from a reserve fund account.
Voting runs (from noon) until 9 at the CSE office at Marathon High School.
Link: Capital Project Info