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WF looks at separating ballot issues for new schools

In June, West Fargo voters went to the polls for a school building referendum asking them to support "all or nothing." Now, because that vote failed, school officials are considering an alternative for a possible reelection that would split proje...

In June, West Fargo voters went to the polls for a school building referendum asking them to support "all or nothing."

Now, because that vote failed, school officials are considering an alternative for a possible reelection that would split projects on a ballot so voters could choose what they want to support.

"I think it's something worth exploring," Superintendent Dana Diesel Wallace said this morning. "Then you get real data of what people will support."

The School Board's planning committee met this morning to discuss the space crunch at the district's elementary, middle and high schools and where to go next for a possible reelection after June's $65 million school building referendum failed.

For more, read Wednesday's Forum.

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Readers can reach Forum reporter Kelly Smith at (701) 241-5515

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