Two years after soundly rejecting an override referendum, voters in the Southern Door County School District will face another one, this time with a longer time frame and a higher price tag.
The Southern Door Board of Education Thursday approved a resolution to place a three-year, $3.08 million non-recurring referendum on the April 2 ballot.
District Superintendent Patti Vickman says the funds would address operating costs, maintenance needs and improved school security.
The referendum would be for $700,000 in the 2013-2014 school year; $1,070,000 in 2014-2015; and $1,310,000 in 2015-2016.
In April 2011, Southern Door taxpayers rejected a two-year, $1.25 million referendum by a 59.5% to 40.5% margin.
Southern Door is the only district in the county which is not operating under an override referendum.