WEST SALEM, Wis. (WKBT) - Voters in West Salem will soon vote on a referendum for the school district.
The district has a $7.6 million referendum question that will be presented to voters on the November 6th ballot.
If approved, the funding will be used to maintain current offerings for students in the district.
"We're at the end of our rope in terms of monetary ability to move the money around and make things balance," said West Salem Superintendent Troy Gunderson.
West Salem is one of seven Wisconsin districts in our area that have referendum questions on the November ballot.
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