Oakfield Referendum Fails
Voters in the Oakfield School District voted down a referendum asking for permission to exceed revenue caps by $900,000 a year over a three year period. The vote was 552 no votes to 346 yes. Oakfield Schools Superintendent Pam Yoder says they were prepared to come back again in the fall if the referendum failed. The referendum if it succeeded would have begun in the 2014-15 school year. Podcast Pam Yoder
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