West Fargo residents to decide $107M school bond proposal
WEST FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Voters in the West Fargo School District will decide Tuesday on a $107 million bond referendum to pay for school construction and renovation to keep pace with student growth.
The measure needs 60 percent approval to pass.
Under the proposal, about $88 million would be used for new construction. The rest would pay for additions or renovations at elementary schools, security upgrades and artificial turf for three high school football fields.