DEVILS LAKE, N.D. (AP) — People in the Devils Lake School District will vote Oct. 2 on a scaled-back high school expansion project.
Voters in March 2017 rejected a proposal to build a $9 million fine arts center on the high school campus. Fifty-three percent of voters favored issuing bonds for the project, but 60 percent was needed for passage.
The Devils Lake Journal reports the project cost has been reduced to $6 million. Superintendent Scott Privratsky says officials “listened to what the voters were telling us.”
Information from: Devils Lake Journal, http://www.devilslakejournal.com