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SCHOOL BALLOT: Two Upgrades Considered
SCHOOL BALLOT: Two Upgrades Considered

The Indianola Community School Board agreed to pose two questions on the ballot June 25th.

The first item for consideration is a $23 million, upgrade to Whittier, Emerson and Irving elementary schools and the Indianola High School. Heating and cooling systems would be improved as well as a new single-point entry. It’s a security feature that’s become a higher priority since the Newton shooting.

The changes would be funded without a hike in property taxes. A previous bond that built the school is being paid off reports the Indianola Record Herald.

The second bond on the ballot is for a $6 million upgrade to the athletic facilities at the middle school that includes a new parking lot and stand.

At least 253 signatures are needed by May 10th for the election to get the approval for a June 25th ballot.

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