Montgomery-Lonsdale, other districts approve school bond proposals

Voters in four area school districts approved school bond proposals Tuesday.


Montgomery-Lonsdale



Voters in the Montgomery-Lonsdale district resoundingly voted in favor of a proposal to build a Pre-K through 4 elementary school in Lonsdale. Nearly 70 percent of voters (1,103) voted for the proposal, compared to 475 against.


Belle Plaine



Voters in the Belle Plaine School District approved two measures Tuesday. A $20 million question to build an elementary school and athletic facilities and purchase land for future schools passed. The vote was 1,370 in favor and 842 against.

By a narrower margin, 1,107-1,101, voters approved a $13.3 million question to renovate and expand the high school to accommodate grades 7-12.


Prior Lake-Savage



Voters in District 719 OK’d a $51.1 million bond question for a new elementary school, a new preschool and kindergarten center, and changes to several other buildings. A second question, to build a $15.7 million elementary school, also passed.


Farmington



Voters in Farmington approved a $111.8 million for a new high school, elementary school, and conversion of the current high school to a middle school and conversion of one of its middle schools to an elementary school.

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