$16.98 million bond proposal rejected in Madison (S.D.) district

Feb. 4, 2011
Money would have paid for renovations and additions at high school

From The Madison Daily Leader: Voters in the Madison (S.D.) Central School Districthave rejected a $16.98 million bond proposal that would have paid for renovations and additions to the district’s high school building. December 2010...from The Madison Daily Leader: The Madison (S.D.) Central School District has placed a $16.98 million bond proposal on the Feb. 1 ballot. The money would pay for renovations and additions to the district’s high school building.

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