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[align=left]REFERENDUM RESULTS
[/align][align=left]NOTE - These votes do not include 2 of 14 townships (Utica and Fairwater) - 1004 PM
[/align]QUESTION - The District is requesting a 10-year bond ($750,000) for the installation of artificial turf at Ingalls Field. (ANNUAL COST - $8)
[/align]NO - 1286 YES - 1099
[/align]QUESTION #3 - The District is requesting a 5-year bond ($250,000) for the establishment of an endowment fund for the replacement of the Ingalls Field playing surface in the future. The money would be invested and the interest used to pay for future resurfacing projects so that taxes will not have to be used in the future. (ANNUAL COST - $8)
[/align]YES - 1212 NO - 1149
[/align]NOTES : Costs are based on a $100,000 home.
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[align=center]RIPON SCHOOL DISTRICT REFERENDA
[/align][align=left]The referenda in front of the Ripon Area School District voters was a nail biter till the end. In unofficial, complete returns, the first referendum which was for 975 thousand dollars to fund the curricular activities such as the band uniforms, musical instruments and the gym floor at Ripon High School passed overwhelmingly, 1817 yes votes to 687 no votes (73% to 27%). The story is different for the turf questions for Ingall?s Field. The referendum for 750 thousand dollars to fund the installation of artificial turf at Ingall?s Field was defeated 1357 no votes to 1129 yes votes (55% to 45%), effectively putting any debate about artificial turf to bed. The referendum that would put 250 thousand dollars into an endowment fund for upkeep and future replacement and repair of the playing surface of Ingall?s Field, whether artificial turf or natural sod, at Ingall?s Field, passed in a close vote of 1248 to 1212 (51% to 49%). Ripon Area School District Superintendent Richard Zimman says overall he is pleased most about the voter turnout. A note of interest, the voter turnout in the City of Ripon was 41 percent, with 1826 of the registered voters casting their ballots.
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