ANTIGO (WAOW)-- Antigo school board members have voted to delay a referendum to build a new school.
According to a school district official, voters will get the chance to voice their opinion on the issue again in November, after the referendum was voted down by a close margin last year.
The school district was asking for $24 million for a new, central elementary building. School officials said they would then close four rural schools and have all students inside city limits.
Originally, the referendum was slated for the April ballot.
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