The $18.2 million MACS Capital Project 2023 referendum has passed, district officials announced Tuesday night after the results were tabulated and certified by the Board of Education.
Final totals from across the three elementary voting sites showed 133 in favor of the project and 41 against. Voting took place from noon to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 12.
The project is anticipated to have no additional tax increase as a result of the proposed work.
"We thank those who came out and voted," said MACS Superintendent Dr. Donna Runner. "We look forward to getting started on the Capital Project and keeping you informed every step of the way on these much-needed improvements and upgrades to all of our buildings and the bus garage."