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Moose Lake School launches website on referendum


April 11, 2019

Moose Lake Community School launched a new website on March 29 to provide residents with information about the school’s referendum questions on the May 14 ballot.

“ is the best place to learn about the needs of our students and how this plan will complete our campus if local voters decide to pass it,” said Moose Lake Community School Superintendent Robert Indihar. “The district’s goal with this website is to be transparent about the plan and how it will impact students, staff and residents if it passes. It clearly lays out what the needs of our school campus are, what the plan would do to address them if passed.”

The District is presenting two ballot questions focused on completing outdoor facilities and spaces and providing adequate, outdoor, activity-related amenities for the Moose Lake Community School. Community members will vote on two ballot questions. Question 2 is contingent on Question 1 passing – Question 1 must pass for Question 2 to pass.

“We’re fortunate to have a community that really stepped up to partner with the State to build a new school after the 2014 flood,” Indihar said. “This plan completes the campus that voters approved at that time.”

Residents can visit to find more information about the referendum request, including details about the project, a tax calculator for property owners and information on voting. Additionally, there is a Frequently Asked Questions page that offers answers to questions being asked by community members.


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