Voters In Boyden-Hull District To Decide Fate Of PPEL Renewal

Hull, Iowa — Voters in the Boyden-Hull School District will be going to the polls on Tuesday, February 3rd.

(file photo)
(file photo)

They will be deciding the fate of a Physical Plant and Equipment Levy, or PPEL.

Boyden-Hull Superintendent Steve Grond says that the PPEL measure is asking whether to renew the current PPEL that is in place for another 10 years. Grond says the measure uses the standard PPEL language.

Polls will be open from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM.

If you have any questions, you can call Lisa Rowenhorst at the Sioux County Auditor’s Office at 712-737-2216 or call the Boyden-Hull district office.

Full text of ballot measure, courtesy of Sioux County Auditor’s Office:

Shall the Board of Directors of the Boyden-Hull Community School District, in the Counties of Sioux and Lyon, State of Iowa, for the purpose of purchasing and improving grounds; constructing schoolhouses or buildings and opening roads to schoolhouses or buildings; purchasing of buildings; purchase, lease or lease-purchase of technology and equipment; paying debts contracted for the erection or construction of schoolhouses or buildings, not including interest on bonds; procuring or acquisition of libraries; repairing, remodeling, reconstructing, improving, or expanding the schoolhouses or buildings and additions to existing schoolhouses; expenditures for energy conservation; renting facilities under Chapter 28E; purchasing transportation equipment for transporting students; lease purchase option agreements for school buildings or equipment; purchasing equipment authorized by law; or for any purpose or purposes now or hereafter authorized by law, be authorized for a period of ten (10) years, to levy annually, a voter-approved physical plant and equipment property tax not to exceed One Dollar Thirty-Four Cents ($1.34) per One Thousand Dollars ($1,000) of the assessed valuation of the taxable property within the school district commencing with the levy for collection in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2017, or each year thereafter?



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