School fix-up needs in River Falls: What next?
Two years ago River Falls voters in a referendum approved more than $19 million in mechanical, redesign, safety and energy efficiencies for their public schools.
Today, aside from some “tweaking and change orders,” the work’s done, the life span of schools extended.
But it’s never that simple. The good news: Because of conservative spending estimates and productive work schedules, there’s about $920,000 referendum money left.