MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Results are in for many Minnesota school districts that asked taxpayers Tuesday to help fund improvements.
Voters in Lakeville approved both the funding referendum and also the bond levy.READ MORE: Minnesota Weather: Marginal Risk Of Severe Storms Monday; Big Temp Drop Follows
The Rosemount-Apple-Valley-Eagan district approved its levy 64 percent to 36 percent.
In Burnsville, voters approved their district’s funding referendum by a vote of 61 percent to 39 percent.READ MORE: New Poll Shows Minneapolis Residents Support Charter Amendment Replacing Police
Also, Worthington voters approved a referendum after five-straight years of it getting voted down.
All three questions passed, meaning more than $33 million will go towards building a new middle school for the district seeing soaring enrollment.MORE NEWS: Minnesota Apple Orchards Endure Labor Shortage During Peak Season
Voters also approved giving farmers and the ag-community a tax credit to off-set the financial burden.