Pine Knot News staff 

Voters face school tax questions Tuesday


May 10, 2019

Residents in the Wrenshall and Moose Lake school districts will vote on an increase in school taxes to pay for improvements at the schools in special elections Tuesday, May 14.

In Wrenshall, officials are hoping the third time will be the charm after voters rejected referendum proposals in April 2017, and then again last fall by a much smaller majority.

In the current referendum proposal, the Wrenshall school district is requesting to bond for $14.4 million. The plan is to shore up the shell of the now-closed rec building and convert it into a space for hands-on technical education. Outfit...

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