The request this time is 8.8 million -- less than the two previous requests.
The vote last May failed by only 60 votes, so Culver Superintendent Stepahnie Garber is cautiously optimsitic.
"It has to pass. We've already had cold days and two of the classrooms don't have heat. What I'm hoping is our patrons will realize the board and superintendent, the current board and superintendent are tyring to give them a peace offering for the shcool property to show we hear you. And that's why we're only putting half on the request. So if that is the sticking point, hopefuly they'll get unstuck."
Garber is talking about a 14 acre parcel the district bought for 1.8 milion in 2008 without voter approval.
The annual payment on the properrty is 222 thousand, but the district has been putting money aside to reduce its request.