Voters in the Bourbon School District will decide on a $2.3 million no-tax-increase bond issue during the municipal election on Tuesday, June 2. The measure will require approval from four-sevenths of the voters for authorization.
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A parade for Bourbon High Schools seniors was held on Sunday. Seniors gathered in their vehicles at the Elementary School and drove throughout town and were greeted by a large number of area residents before the parade ended at the High School.
The city of Bourbon has been busy for the past several months making improvements along Pine Street, installing new curb and gutter and replacing water lines, as part of a downtown revitalization being funded through a $500,000 Community Development Block Grant. Workers are currently replacing all the main sewer lines and many of the water lines along Pine Street before the entire street is repaved. Officials hope to get all that work completed before fall.
Five people are running for four spots on the Bourbon School Board that will be decided during the June 2 election, which was originally scheduled for April before being rescheduled due to the ongoing pandemic. Voters will get to cast their ballots in two different races.
The city of Bourbon will elect a mayor and three aldermen during the June 2 election, which was originally scheduled for April before being rescheduled due to the ongoing pandemic. There is only one contested race.