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Madison School Board looking for community input on referendum questions on 2020 ballot

MADISON (WKOW) — The Madison School Board is hoping to get community input before putting referendum questions on the November 2020 ballot.

“Grandparents United for Madison Public Schools” or GRUMPS held a forum to discuss two topics the board is considering.

One would authorize borrowing for capital needs and the other will enable an increase in the operating budget.

“I think it’s really focusing on updating our high schools, said Gloria Reyes, Madison School Board President. “We have not put a lot of money within building up the facilities and renewing the different high schools and we really need to get the work done.”

The school board will use input from these forums to come up with the best way to focus questions on the 2020 ballot.

Matthew Cash

Dayside Executive Producer

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