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Voters will be asked to vote once again on a Menahga School building project. The project has been reduced by about $3 million since the last time voters were asked to support the project. (Anna Erickson/Enterprise)

Menahga school project goes to vote

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Voters will once again go to the polls to vote on a referendum to expand the Menahga School.

This time the project is scaled down by about $3 million. An $8.5 million referendum was voted down in November by about 56 percent of voters.


The Menahga School Board approved moving forward with a special election April 13 asking for a referendum at its Tuesday meeting.

After several meetings and feedback from the public, the proposed total project is $5.5 million.

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Anna Erickson
Anna Erickson is editor of the Wadena Pioneer Journal.
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