More ballots back in final week for Sequim school levies
February 6th, 2013 - 5:54am
(Port Angeles) -- With a week to go until the deadline, just under 36 percent of the ballots are back for the Sequim School District's special levies.
Another 844 ballots were returned yesterday. The county auditor's office now has about 77-hundred of the 21-thousand five hundred ballots back.
The district seeks renewal of its maintenance and operations levy, plus approval of a second, one-year measure that would be used to pay for new school buses.
Ballots must be postmarked or returned to an official drop box by this Tuesday to be valid.
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