Voters To Decide On $9.9 Million Baldwin Community Schools Bond

Tuesday night voters will be deciding on several big items that could improve their community and schools.

One big vote is for Baldwin Community Schools.

Voters there will decide on $9.9 million bond.

The school says the money generated here would be used for major upgrades at their junior and senior high building.

The building hasn’t seen major upgrades since it was built in the 1950s.

The superintendent says they want to upgrade classrooms, buy new furniture, do security upgrades and make major infrastructure upgrades around the school.

That includes repaving parking lots, replacing sidewalks and fixing a leaky roof.

He says these are improvements the school has been looking to make for a long time and now they’re waiting to see what voters say to their request.

Some parents feel the school is asking too much.

Polls will remain open until 8 p.m.

We’ll continue to follow how this bond proposal does and other ballot items across Northern Michigan.

We will have more on Election Day on 9&10 News at 5&6.