It Was A Close Call In Byron Schools Referendum
Byron, MN (KROC AM News) - Voters in the Byron School District Tuesday rejected a proposed large referendum.
Funds from the $41.5-million referendum would have been used for improvements to sports facilities, kitchens and classroom additions and a new auditorium at the high school.
There were two questions on the ballot.
The total on the first question was 1120 "no" votes and 1060 "yes" votes.
The second failed 1252 to 944.
The district released this statement after the results were in:
"The results are in, and the Byron Public Schools Referendum did not pass. We will continue to engage families, students, staff, and community members in our process to determine the best solution and next steps for our District."
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