Tonight, the Cape Henlopen School District hosting the first of four public meetings to discuss a proposed $21 million tax referendum. Officials say school enrollment has increased 31% since 2001, and that population studies show similar trends over the next 20 years. If approved, the taxes would be used to build a new middle school and expand the high school. The meeting tonight will take place at 6:30 PM at Rehoboth Elementary School. There will be meetings weekly across the district leading up to the March 20th vote.