Osage Voters Heading To Polls Tuesday For School Referendum

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Osage, Iowa – The Osage Community School District will head to the polls on Tuesday, Sept. 13th.

Voters in the district will be voting on a referendum of $14,900,000 for additions and large renovations to the high school, middle school and elementary school in Osage.

Superintendent Barb Schawwman talks about the referendum.

Scwhamman talked about how much the property taxes would increase for residents of Osage, should the referendum pass.

Upgrades to the school would include a new HVAC system, new and or updated windows and LED lighting. Schwamman stressed that the project is about upgrading learning environments to bring the school district into the 21st Century learning.

Polls are open from noon to 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday with polling locations in Osage and Our Saviors Church and Osage City Hall.

Additional information on the Osage school bond issue can be found at the school website, www.osage.k12.ia.us or on the Osage Build Our Future Facebook page.

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