Survey looks into what taxpayers will pay for new Beulah school

BEULAH, N.D. - The Beulah school superintendent says he now has a better idea of what taxpayers are willing to pay for a new high school.

The school district hired a third party to survey residents about what they would and would not support in a bond referendum.

"Pretty clear that our residents won't support an $8 million project at this time, pretty confident that they would support a $6.5 million project," said Superintendent Travis Jordan.

Jordan says the district can reduce the tax burden and provide an adequate education.