Brodhead voters are now among six early Wisconsin school districts set to decide referendum measures in 2022 following a board vote last week.

More districts around the state are sure to join them, as complex state formulas limiting spending approach a 30-year anniversary that’s made referenda routine in Wisconsin.

If the April 5 referendum passes in Brodhead, it will allow the district to exceed state revenue limits by $1.75 million each year for three years on a non-recurring basis. That would help Brodhead’s elementary, middle, and high schools maintain district facilities and programs into 2025.

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