Williston District 1 weighs options after school bond vote fails a second time

With property taxes heavy on the pocketbook more and more school districts across the state are stuck carrying the burden. The most recent example is from Williston where a second failed bond approval vote will require the district to figure out what to do with high school class sizes they don’t have room for.

Few stories are more central to Minot’s future than this one. With classes in our elementary grades far exceeding our capacity in middle schools and high schools, there’s a reckoning coming somewhere.

This article was sourced from:

Mitch Melberg, Williston Herald

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Josh Wolsky

Josh Wolsky is a Minot native and developer of the Minot Voice. He is also actively involved the Friends of the Souris River and all efforts to #MakeMinot. He also had the recent misfortune of being elected to Minot's City Council.

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