Adrian Public Schools will conduct a special election with two questions on the ballot on Nov. 7.
Question one asks for a capital levy of $300,000 for 10 years. The levy will pay for needs pertaining to technology, curriculum/equipment, safety and security and deferred maintenance.
Question two asks for a general obligation bond for $5.335 million to be paid over 20 years. That money will go for roof systems, playground equipment and cement work/retaining walls. With the Ag2 School Tax Credit, the district reports, 59.4% of the total bond will be paid by state credits.
A pair of public meetings have scheduled on the election. One took place this past Monday, and another is scheduled for 6 p.m. Oct. 23 in the high school library.