VILLAGE OF PULASKI, WI (WTAQ) - Unofficial election results show three of four referendum questions failed for the Pulaski Community School District.
Question two passed by only seven votes, but that could change after canvassing.
Question two would provide $4.37 million for building upgrades and maintenance.
The district was vying for $34 million in additional revenue for technology upgrades, new construction and a community pool. “You are never disappointed when people speak, because voters and citizens give you what they want” said Superintendent Mel Lightner. This was the district’s second referendum attempt in recent months.
Back in November, two thirds of residents voted down a single question.