Voters in the Weyauwega-Fremont school district will decide a 21 million dollar referendum question in November. The Weyauwega-Fremont School Board last night voted to approve a resolution calling for 21 million dollars in general obligation bonds to pay for a Building and Improvement Program at the high school and Fremont Elementary. The vote was 5-1, with Dan Kohl voting no. The potential project would include additions and remodeling to add classrooms and commons spaces, modernize existing classrooms, add a 400-seat auditorium and a multi-purpose gym and weight room, plus new secure entrances and offices. If voters approve the referendum, the district’s mill rate would increase from 7 dollars and 81 cents per thousand in 2016-17, to a projected 10 dollars and 30 cents per thousand in 2017-18.