Montello School District Votes to go to Referendum

By Keri Solis
With a unanimous vote, the Montello School board voted to put a recurring referendum on the Spring 2015 ballot. The school is expected to ask taxpayers for at least an additional $1.1 million every year to keep the doors of Montello Schools open. The other options to close the gap are to cut 17 teachers or gain 100 students.

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