Two area school districts have decisions to make in regards to levy's during Tuesday, November 7 elections. Voters in the Triton district will be asked to vote on an operating levy that would increase its general education revenue by $750 per pupil. The referendum would be applicable for ten years.  The cost to property owners would be around $7.41 a month on a home with a market value of $50,000 or $14.83 a month on a home with a $100,000 market value.

Voters in the Blooming Prairie school district will go to the polls to answer three questions. The first would ask approval to revoke the district's existing voter approved referendum revenue authorization of $436 per pupil and to  approve an authorization of $436 per pupil which would be subject to an annual increase at the rate of inflation. If renewed, the levy will bring in $790,000. The second question asks for approval of an additional $100 per pupil for technology purposes and would bring in $74,000 and question 3 asks for approval of an additional $60 per pupil which would bring in $35,000. In order for questions 2 and 3 to be approved, question 1 must be approved.