Sequim bond measure reaches required turnout level
April 15th, 2014 - 6:01am
(Port Angeles) – With a week until election day, about 28 percent of the ballots are now back for the Sequim School District bond measure.
County auditor Patty Rosand says her office now has back about 61-hundred of the 21-thousand five hundred ballots sent out for the measure. That's a return rate of just under 28 and a half percent. It's also enough to validate the turnout requirement for the bond. It will still have to receive a 60 percent yes vote to pass.
Voters have until next Tuesday to get ballots postmarked or returned to be valid. The district is seeking $154 million dollars for a list of renovations and construction projects.
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