Sioux Falls voters deciding fate of $190M school bond issue
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Sioux Falls voters are deciding whether to approve a $190 million bond to build new schools and improve existing facilities.
The measure needs 60 percent approval in Tuesday’s election to pass. The money would be used to build a new elementary school, middle school and high school by 2024. It also would fund renovations at 14 other campuses.
The Argus Leader reports that if the bond passes, it will be the first in the district in 21 years.