Green Bay School District seeks referendum after school closures


GREEN BAY – The Green Bay Area Public School District is proposing voters decide a $183 million capital referendum in November.

Most of that money will go toward adding spaces and remodeling schools to accommodate for new student numbers after the boundary changes and school consolidations. The district presented the total amount of the referendum to the school board during its meeting Monday night.

The board will vote on the final projects to be included in the referendum later this month, and voters will then choose to pass the referendum or not in the Nov. 5 election.

Here’s what to know about the referendum and how you can provide feedback on the included projects.

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