Voters in the Eldon School District will soon decide the fate of a no tax bond issue. District Superintendent Matt Davis says if passed, the bond issue would allow the school to build a tornado safe room and install safety upgrades:
Davis says funds would also be used to renovate the school’s fine arts auditorium. The District’s Debt Service Levy is currently set at 51 cents and has 14 years left in the original bond agreement. If approved, it would be extended six more years. Voters will go to the polls April 8th to decide the outcome of the proposed bond issue.