Proposition 1 and 2 will voted on by eligible residents within the school district between noon to 9 p.m.
According to the Post-Journal, Proposition 1 is based on the building condition survey and deals with existing structures and the need for repairs, the largest of which will be a new roof. It is expected to cost $3.6 million, and increase the tax levy by .067 percent.
Proposition 2, which can only pass if Proposition 1 is accepted, involves new construction, including a new gymnasium, two classrooms, and a secure entrance at the back of the building. It is expected to cost $2.2 million.
If both propositions pass, the anticipated cost will be $5.8 million and will result in an anticipated tax levy increase of 5.17 percent.
Residents in Pine Valley school district will also participate in a special capital project vote from noon to 9 p.m. Tuesday.