Cavalier voters reject bond referendum


Voters in the Cavalier Public School District have, for a second time, rejected a school bond referendum.

Even though voters in the district voted in favor, by a 492-367 edge, a needed 60 percent super majority was needed--voters achieved just over 57 percent on Monday.

According to the school district's website, the ten-point-nine million dollar bond would have renoavated and rebuilt the school's oldest building and revitalize the district by making improvements to the learning environment.

WZFG News has reached out to Cavalier Public Schools Superintendent Jeff Manley for comment, and hope to have more information on the next steps early Tuesday.

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