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Ballots returning for Sequim bond issue

April 11th, 2014 - 5:36am

(Port Angeles) About 18 percent of the ballots are back for Sequim School District's bond issue.

According to the county auditor's office, 3919 votes returned from 21,578 voters through Thursday.

Voters have until April 22nd to get the ballots postmarked or returned to an official ballot drop box to be valid.

The district is asking voters to approve a 154-million-dollar bond.

If approved, the district plans to build a new elementary school and renovate the high school and the district's other two elementary schools. The district would also prep to take in alternative school students.

The money would also pay to upgrade the high school stadium and build and renovate the district's maintenance facility.

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