Wauconda School District Bond Referendum (2010)
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will not appear on a ballot
A Wauconda School District Bond Referendum was going to be on the February 2 ballot in Lake County for voters in the Wauconda school district, but it was later removed.
The district approved a bond in the amount of $16.9 million in order to help with the budget shortfalls estimated for the coming year. Residents tried to petition to get this issue to a public vote instead, but fell short by 52 signatures of the required 1,524. But residents had taken this issue to court and had hoped to still be able to have a vote. If the courts had agreed with the city then they would have borrowed the bond money still because they have no other means of funding since the state will not be able to give them as much as they have had before.
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