New changes for southeast Minnesota schools after midterm elections

SOUTHEAST MINN. (FOX 47) – A pool of public school referendum questions on the ballot were all passed on Tuesday’s ballot.

Winona Area Public Schools voters said “yes” to a bond issue of $9.4 million for school facilities.

Goodhue voted “yes” twice to both questions on bond issues to upgrade Goodhue Public Schools for $18.8 million and then for another $2 million.

Lanesboro voters approved a $7.1 million bond issue.

Southland voters said “yes” to two questions that totaled to $18 million fix.

PEM voters approved a $15.5 million project and Randolph voters said “yes” to a nearly $7 million dollar bond issue.

In Red Wing, voters also approved revenue requests – two of them boosting per pupil sending for the next five years.

But in the Triton Public School District, voters said no to three different requests to increase spending.

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