Learn more about HLWW referendum

From: Randy Heuer
Howard Lake
While I am never one who relishes tax increases at any level, I am writing to indicate my support of both questions for the Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted (HLWW) building referendum Tuesday, Nov. 5.
As a former HLWW School Board member, I can assure the voters of the district that the condition of the building currently used as the middle school has been discussed extensively for nearly 20 years,  and it is time to replace it. The space needed in the elementary schools (and replacing the portable classrooms) is essential for a positive learning environment while getting rid of the ongoing lease expense for portable buildings.
I understand it is never a good time to increase taxes, but it is the time to make the investment in meeting the educational needs of the children of the district and make the decision to invest in the future and pass the building referendum.
Attend the informational meeting Monday, Oct. 21 to learn more about the condition of the facility and the updates that need to be made, and make an informed decision to support both questions on the Tuesday, Nov. 5 ballot.

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