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Sequim ballot return grows

April 18th, 2014 - 5:31am

(Sequim) Nearly 40 percent of the ballots are back for the Sequim school bond issue.

Through yesterday, county auditor Patty Rosand says her office had received just under 86-hundred of the 21-thousand ballots sent out. That's a return rate of more than 39 percent.

Voters have until Tuesday to get ballots postmarked or in an official drop box to be valid.

The district is seeking approval of a $154-million dollar bond to pay for renovation of two elementary schools and the high school, building a new elementary and making improvements to the high school stadium. The bond would also pay to upgrade the district's maintenance facilities.

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