Fall Creek (WQOW) - In Fall Creek, voters considered a $12.4 million referendum question. That money would mainly be used for upgrades to the high school, including a new safe and secure entrance, classroom additions, renovations and a new community weight and fitness room.
Voters took to the polls in favor of that question which passed with 61 percent of the vote.
Superintendent Joe Sanfelippo called Tuesday's vote a huge responsibility to do something great for the entire community.
The cost for this referendum will be $15 for the owner of a $100,000 home.