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Brodhead school district voters reject referendum
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Times photo: Brenda Steurer Brodhead poll workers Holly Everson, left and Ellyn Popanz hand out a ballot to a voter Tuesday at Brodhead City Hall. On the ballot was a referendum question to allow the Brodhead school district to exceed revenue limits for the next four years. District residents voted down the referendum 1,021 to 828.
BRODHEAD - By a vote of 1,021 to 828, or about 55 percent to 45 percent, Brodhead school district residents rejected a referendum that would have allowed the district to exceed the state-mandated property tax revenue limits for the next four years.

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