Voters reject Central Cass addition for 2nd timeResidents in the Central Cass School District have rejected a large building project for a second time.
CASSELTON, N.D. (AP) — Residents in the Central Cass School District have rejected a large building project for a second time.
Voters on Thursday defeated a proposal to build a $4.8 million addition to the K-12 school in southeastern North Dakota. There were 537 votes in favor and 596 against, which fell far short of the 60 percent majority needed for the measure to pass.
A similar measure was defeated last April.
The proposed addition would have added classrooms, a gymnasium, and multipurpose and storage space.