Voters in the Windom School District will go to the polls tomorrow to vote on two referendum questions.
The first question asks to extend the current operating levy of $613 per pupil. The first question on the ballot is not calling for a tax increase, but rather allowing the district to continue to levy for operations of the school.
The second question on the ballot calls for a capital technology levy of $300,000 annually to help the district meet its technology needs for infrastructure and student and staff usage.
Polls at the Windom Community Center are open from noon until 8 p.m.
Much more on the levy questions appears in the Oct. 27 print edition of the Citizen.