Early in-person voting on the Concord Community Schools referendum starts today.
Concord’s Superintendent says the funding is needed to help offset reduced funds coming from the state and tax caps.
If successful, it would reduce the district’s existing tax levy from 40 cents to 32 cents for every $100 of net assessed value beginning in the year 2022.
District leaders say the money would be used to help continue to keep class sizes low, provide classes that are technology ready and enhance future programing opportunity.
The Elkhart Truth reports only registered voters within the Concord district can vote.
The main location for in-person absentee voting is at the Lincoln Center on Oakland Avenue in Elkhart.