Residents expressed their thoughts, questions and concerns regarding the Nov. 6 Kiel School District referendum during a series of informational meetings held by district officials.

The meetings had low attendance by community members, with the most attending the Town of Schleswig meeting.
The district is asking residents to vote on Nov. 6 to approve or deny two projects with a combined cost of $10.110 million. The 20 year referendum cost is expected to reach a total of more than $15 million.

(Please see the Nov. 1 issue of the Tri-County News for more on this story.)

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