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Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated School District Referendum (2009)

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A Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated School District Referendum was on the November 3 ballot in Kenosha County. The $11,380,000 measure was brought to a vote by the school board for making an addition and renovations to the existing district building. The goal is to bring the entire district into one building in order to reduce operational costs. The financing is expected to get a boost with no-interest stimulus funding. The plans include new classrooms, a gymnasium, cafeteria, library and two computer labs.[1]

ApprovedaThe measure was approved by a 13 vote margin.

  • yes - 231
  • no - 219

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Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated School District

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