Cannon Falls School District Referendum


Residents in the Cannon Falls Area School District overwhelmingly approved two referendum questions on Tuesday.


A 10-year $400,000 technology levy to support technology infrastructure, staffing, and replacement of devices and a $7.985 million bond to address high priority facility needs throughout the district.


The $7.985 million bond will fund upgrades to the heating and ventilation systems at the middle and high school, improved site drainage, and replace roof sections at the community education center.


The Career and Technical Education (CTE) classrooms and labs will also be renovated to allow for updated technology and equipment.


Finally, a delivery door for food service with control access will be installed, to improve safety and security in the middle/high school.


The $400,000 technology levy will increase taxes $64 a year on a $225,000 home. The school building bond will cost the same homeowner $24 annually.

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