Pillager voters face May decision
PILLAGER - With a growing enrollment, the Pillager School District is taking the question of whether to expand to about 2,800 voters in May.
The school district released its plans in a newsletter to residents this week. The district is asking for about $13.5 million to construct a secondary addition. Chuck Arns, Pillager School superintendent, said the referendum is driven by a growing school that is out of space for students.
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