Oakfield Residents to Vote On Referendum To Allow District to Exceed Revenue Caps

Voters in the Waupun and Randolph School District’s won’t be the only ones heading to the polls on November 3rd to vote on a referendum. Residents in the Oakfield School District will also consider a referendum that would allow the district to exceed its revenue caps by a total of $2.6-million over the next four years. District Administrator Joe Heinzelman says they are simply asking to continue to exceed revenue caps for another four years. In 2006, voters approved a referendum that allowed the district to exceed its caps by $600,000 a year. Heinzelman says they are asking for the same amount the first two years and $700,000 a year the final two years.