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Voters Say "No" to Referendum Question
Perkiomen Valley School District residents who voted on Nov. 7 rejected the idea of the district incurring debt to pay for the installation of one or more multi-purpose artificial turf athletic fields. According to unofficial results from the Montgomery County Election website, 73 percent voted "no" to the question: “Shall the Perkiomen Valley School District incur debt, in a sum not to exceed $2,000,000.00 (two million dollars), for the purpose of financing construction of multi-purpose artificially surfaced athletic fields on existing school district property, and said debt be authorized as incurred as debt approved by the electors?” 

The Perkiomen Valley School Board approved a resolution in August authorizing the district solicitor to work with the Montgomery County Board of Elections to get this question placed on the ballot in November. 


Click through the buttons below for information related to the referendum that appeared on the Nov. 7 ballot asking voters for permission for the school district to incur debt to pay for a multi-purpose turf athletic field.