And the questions are ...
Questions dealing with building a new school, electrical aggregation, flood control taxes, and fire department upgrades will be on the April 9 consolidated election ballot for some Bureau County residents.
Bureau County Clerk Kami Hieronymus said the final deadline was Jan. 22 for governmental boards to approve referendums in time for the April 9 ballot. The referendum questions had to be received in her office by Jan. 31. The referendums on the spring ballot are considered binding, unless stated as an advisory referendum, and must be approved by a simple majority vote, Hieronymus said.
For voters in unincorporated areas of Bureau County, the Bureau County Board will ask whether they want the county board to pursue electrical aggregation for them.
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