Voters go to the polls Tuesday for what school administrators say is a crucial vote on a $36 million bond issue for new class-rooms.

The Park City School District, one of the fastest-growing in Utah, has seen class sizes swell in the past few years as the resort community has grown at a rate second only to the St. George area.The district, which has about 2,900 students, is expected to double in size by 1998.

The proposal, if passed, would raise taxes by about $130 a year on every $100,000 of assessed property value. Park City and environs have few dwellings priced under $200,000.

Fourteen million dollars of bond revenues would go toward expansion of Park City High School, including a $4 million auditorium. Some $13.5 million would be earmarked for a new middle school north of Park City proper. Other money would be used for technology oriented classrooms and libraries.

Newcomers in the district have already been taxed recently to support school costs after the board this year enacted "impact fees" of $3,400 for every new house built in the district.

Tuesday's vote affects every property owner in the district.