NEW ROCKFORD, N.D. — Residents of the New Rockford-Sheyenne school district will vote later this month on a proposed $3.2 million renovation.

The project would replace all exterior walls, complete with new electrical wiring, windows and ventilation. The goal is to address rot and mold problems at the 63-year-old school.

The Devils Lake Journal reports that the bond issue election is Oct. 17.

Information from: Devils Lake Journal,

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