School officials in Litch. to seek referendum OK from the Minn. education dept.
LITCHFIELD -- Litchfield Public Schools is wasting no time as it looks to get out of statutory operating debt.
The school district on Tuesday sent a referendum request to the state Department of Education Tuesday after the School Board approved a resolution during Monday's meeting. If approved, the referendum would take place May 19.
Superintendent Bill Wold said the district expects to receive a decision from state Education Commissioner Alice Seagren within a week.
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