Ulen-Hitterdal School Board News & Notes
By Mark Askelson email@example.com (11/13/20)
Ulen, MN — The Ulen-Hitterdal School Board held their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday night where they canvassed the election results, discussed a child care grant and a property tax abatement, and more. The final results from last week’s election were relayed to the board just in time for canvassing this week. The big item on the ballot this year was a pair of operating referendums. Ulen-Hitterdal Superintendent Todd Cameron says their existing referendum was renewed, but the additional referendum that was proposed did not pass.
School Board members elected to the board this year include Bob Klemetson, Mindy Bakke, Nolan Braseth, and Kathy Evenson.
The Ulen-Hitterdal School Board also had discussions about offering a two-year property tax abatement, which Superintendent Cameron says would be an incentive for new home builders in Ulen.
And the board continues to have discussions about spearheading a childcare project in the community, according to Cameron.
And Cameron provides an update on the impact of the coronavirus at the Ulen-Hitterdal School.
The Ulen-Hitterdal School Board will host their next regular meeting on December 9th at 6pm, where they will hold their annual Truth-in Taxation hearing.