If Dodge City voters approve a school bond issue later this month, it doesn't necessarily millions will be spent to build and improve schools. The USD 443 Board of Education passed a resolution Monday that would make the election results null and void if state funds are cut.
One of the budget-cutting efforts lawmakers are considering in Topeka is to freeze the state's portion of school bond funds.
USD 443 board members passed a resolution that no bonds will be sold and the projects will not proceed if state support is rescinded or changed in any way.
Dodge City voters will decide the fate of the bond issue January 27th. The owner of a $100,000 home would see their property tax increase $11.86 a month.