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Sequim bond measure failing, Cape Flattery levy passing

April 22nd, 2014 - 8:14pm

(Port Angeles) -- The Sequim School District's 154-million dollar bond issue is failing to meet the required 60 percent supermajority.

County election officials reported just 43-point-6 percent of the special election voters Tuesday approved the measure, while 56-point-4 percent were rejecting the issue.

As of Tuesday, the county auditor received 10-thousand-618 completed ballots that were tabulated Tuesday night.

More than 21-thousand ballots were sent out to registered voters in the Sequim School District.

It's a return rate of 49-point-2 percent.

Additional ballots are slated to be tallied later in the week.

The proposition would authorize the Sequim School District to renovate Greywolf Elementary, upgrade and repurpose the Helen Haller building, construct a new elementary school, renovate and expand Sequim High School, replace athletic facilities and make other capital improvements.

In other Tuesday election results, the Cape Flattery School District maintenance and operations levy measure is passing with 73 percent yes votes.

SEQUIM SCHOOL DISTRICT 323

PROPOSITION NO. 1 SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTS

GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS - $154,325,000

Clallam County

APPROVED -- 4,628 -- 43.61%

REJECTED -- 5,985 -- 56.39%

Total Votes -- 10,613 -- 100%

Jefferson County

APPROVED -- 54 -- 36.99%

REJECTED -- 92 -- 63.01%

Total Votes -- 146 -- 100%

Combined Total

APPROVED -- 4,682 -- 43.52%

REJECTED -- 6,077 -- 56.48%

Total Votes -- 10,759 -- 100%

CAPE FLATTERY SCHOOL DISTRICT 401

PROPOSITION NO. 1 MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION LEVY

YES -- 220 -- 73.09%

NO -- 81 -- 26.91%

Total Votes -- 301 -- 100%


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