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Area School Boards To Decide On Levy Questions Tonight

Sartell SabresSARTELL/SAUK RAPIDS – Operating levies will be the main topic of discussion at two area school board meetings tonight (Monday).

Sartell-St. Stephen has a $1.2 million levy that’s set to expire this year.  Superintendent Joe Hill says the board will decide whether to ask the voters to extend the current levy, and whether to ask to expand that levy.

The board is also considering asking the voters to approve a $10 million bond referendum for building improvements.

Meanwhile, the Sauk Rapids-Rice school board will also vote tonight on whether to put a $938,000 operating levy on the November ballot.  They don’t currently have a levy.

The ROCORI school board voted last week to put two questions on the November ballot.

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