WORTHINGTON (KMHL) – Residents in the southwest Minnesota city of Worthington will decide tomorrow on whether or not to approve a nearly $34 million in borrowing to expand their overflowing school buildings.

Voters have defeated five similar measures since 2013, as the school district has been dealing with an influx of immigrants in the community.

Tuesday’s ballot measure, if approved, would allow the district to issue bonds to pay for new construction, currently the school district has been converting hallways and closets into classroom space to help deal with the overcrowding.