The Cerro Gordo Board of Education is targeting the spring election to take a referendum to the voters for updates to their facilities.
Superintendent of Cerro Gordo Schools, Brett Robinson, indicates the renovations would include an addition, renovations and updates to the junior and senior high campuses.
Part of the planned work is to increase parking at the junior and senior high campus. Robinson says sometimes parking for their more popular events can become tight with a good turnout.
Robinson explains the community will likely see a slight tax increase but he says the increase should not be as much thanks to the one cent sales money they receive from Piatt and Macon Counties.
Robinson hopes to organize a community group to begin getting information out to their voters about the referendum and the plans for their buildings. He notes he cannot push a yes or no vote but can provide information about what the plans are to anyone interested.