Lomira school district residents have voted in favor a a $24 million building referendum that will include new classrooms, science labs and office space, along with a larger kitchen and cafeteria, infrastructure upgrades and a new high school gym and athletic field. The vote was 757 yes votes to 730 no votes. Superintendent Bob Lloyd says the renovation is badly needed to address aging facilities that have not been upgraded in nearly 20 years. "It was our hope that we would be proactive and get as much community input on the front end and we're pleased the plan the community supported on our survey was reflected this evening," Lloyd told WFDL news. "We just appreciate our community's continued support of the Lomira school district."