KGMI News Reporting
By Tracy Ellis
FERNDALE, Wash. – Two school districts are asking residents to increase their property taxes to pay for new schools.
Ballots for Ferndale School District and Lynden School District will be in voters’ mailboxes this week.
Both districts have a video on their websites to educate people school taxes.
The Ferndale School District wants voters to approve a $125 million bond to replace Ferndale and Windward high schools.
The Lynden School District wants to use a $46 million bond to replace Lynden Middle School and remodel Fisher Elementary School.
Ballots must be postmarked by February 11.