Mahomet Seymour

MAHOMET — A group of Mahomet area residents and business people toured the junior high school this week to get an idea of the overcrowding at the school.

Voters will head to the polls Nov. 8, and among their decisions in the Mahomet-Seymour school district will be whether to approve a tax increase of $59.4 million to build a new junior high school.

Superintendent Kenny Lee and junior high Principal Nathan Mills led the group through the school, built in 1961.

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