The Milton School District is made up mostly of farmers, low paid laborers and retired people living on Social Security, and they cannot afford to pay any more property tax to build a $70 million school.
During the 1500s in Europe, religious iconoclasts destroyed and buried many valuable religious works of art.
At the Oct. 11 open house during the presentation, it was stated that several taxpayers had asked to see the proposed high school blueprints.
Recently The Gazette gave a "thumbs down" to candy being thrown to children at the recent Labor Day parade.
On Nov. 7, Milton residents will have the opportunity to vote on the Milton School District’s capital referendum. The outcome will have a big impact on Janesville residents.
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I am a resident of Janesville in the Milton School District. When they had their first referendum, I voted “no.” There were some facts presented mostly about what they wanted with little information that got published to the voters on what ...