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Pine City School District referendum fails to pass

The Pine City School District referendum failed to pass for a second time in 2024.

According to unofficial results from the Pine County Auditor-Treasurer's Office, 865 voted in favor of the ballot question, with 1,196 voting no.

The Pine City School District proposed a $42.95 million referendum, with about $32 million allocated to elementary school projects, $6.5 million for the high school, and $3.6 million for the Alternative Learning Center.

The special election ballot featured only one question, seeking additions at the elementary school, renovations and deferred capital maintenance projects at the elementary and high schools, and renovation of a district facility for relocation of the existing Alternative Learning Center.

For absentee balloting, 229 voted yes and 397 voted no.

At the polling site, 636 voted yes, with 799 voting no.

In February's referendum election, all three ballot questions failed to pass.

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