MI-B $29 million vote Tuesday

MOUNTAIN IRON — Mountain Iron-Buhl voters head to the polls Tuesday to decide the fate of their school district’s $29 million bond referendum for a new grades 7-12 school.

Under the current funding mechanism, they’re only being asked to foot 15 percent of the bill, while the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board (IRRRB) picks up 80 percent and the state grabs another 5 percent.

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