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Repurposing Tech Site Could Cost $8-$10 Million

A proposal to repurpose a portion of Tech High School if a referendum passes this fall would likely cost between $8 to $10 million, according to District 742 Superintendent Willie Jett. The district unveiled a proposal for the historic site earlier this month if a referendum passes for a new Tech High School this fall.

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Superintendent: New Tech and Updated Apollo Will Cost Roughly $142 Million

Funds for a new Tech High School and for updates to Apollo High School will likely return to the ballot for St. Cloud area voters this November. On Thursday, Superintendent Willie Jett proposed a roughly $138 referendum to bring to the ballot this fall.

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Dan DeBaun, WJON
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St. Cloud District to Continue With Two High School Model For Future Referendum

When a referendum returns to the St. Cloud area school district community in the future, it will involve two high schools again. The board confirmed its decision to maintain a two high school system for a future referendum after hearing a presentation from Superintendent Willie Jett and administration.

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Dan DeBaun, WJON
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School Board Hears Feedback on Why Referendum Failed

The St. Cloud area school board heard feedback on why a recent referendum failed, summarized from recent community listening sessions. The $167 million November referendum, which included money for a new Tech and updates to Apollo High School, failed with 53% voting against and 47% voting yes.

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St. Cloud Considers Bond Referendum for Road Projects

The city of St. Cloud is considering putting a bond referendum on the ballot this November. Mayor Dave Kleis says it stems from their recent citywide survey where respondents indicated transportation, congestion and the condition of roads as the top priority.

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