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Voters Will Decide on Tuttle Middle School Project

Crawfordsville voters will decide the future of one of the school district’s older structures.

Administrators say Tuttle Middle School is deteriorating and in need of repairs.

They say it will cost as much as $35-million to rebuild and are asking tax payers to help.

The Crawfordsville Community School Corporation is putting the project to a referendum on the November ballot.

It’s not expected to cost residents anymore because the High School construction debt is going off of the tax rate this year.

Tuttle is about 50-years old and has never undergone major repairs.  It is said to have a leaking roof and bursting pipes among other problems.