- Associated Press - Friday, March 25, 2016

CARRINGTON, N.D. (AP) - Residents of Carrington will be going to the polls for a second time to decide whether or not to build a new elementary school.

The first proposal was rejected in February when about 49 percent of the voters cast ballots against it. The measure needed 60 percent approval to pass.

KQDJ radio reports that some items have been eliminated from the first project to lower the price tag from $23.5 million to $16 million.

The special election is scheduled for May 24.


Information from: KQDJ, https://www.newsdakota.com/kqdj-1400am/

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