No vote needed on Mitchell fine arts center
There cannot be a public vote on the Mitchell School District's use of capital outlay funds to build a new fine arts center.
Not because there's no interest in a vote -- because an election is not allowed, according to state statute. The proposed $13.5 million fine arts center falls within the district's window to use capital outlay funds without being subject to public vote.
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