Cleveland School Board delays referendum for at least a year 19 Apr 17

The Cleveland School Board voted at Monday’s meeting to postpone a building bond referendum process until at least May 2018. Concerns such as whether Governor Mark Dayton’s tax proposal to reduce farmland property taxes landowners would pay on building referendums will be passed by the state. The most recent referendum voters turned down included 10 new classrooms, a gymnasium with storage spaces, new locker rooms, an expanded main lobby, an expanded band practice room and security and safety upgrades.