Neenah Voters to Decide on $129.5 Million School Spending Proposal

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On April 2nd, voters in the Neenah School District will be asked whether to approve or veto a proposed $129.5 million spending plan to build a new school and make improvements to existing schools. 

District Superintendent Mary Pfeiffer and Business Services Administrator Andrew Thorson discuss the proposal on this week’s edition of Newsmaker Sunday with Tom Zalaski.

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