Results for Education Levies Across Idaho

Results for Education Levies Across Idaho

Results for Education Levies Across Idaho

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by KTVB

NWCN.com

Posted on March 12, 2013 at 8:43 PM

Updated Tuesday, Mar 12 at 10:14 PM

 

School Levy Results for March 12, 2013.

Camas County:
Camas County School District is asking for a $250,000 supplemental levy in two separate levies- the first one $200,000 will be levied for general maintenance and operations for two years and the second levy is for $50,000 for the music programs for two years. Super Majority needed to pass.

$200,000 for two years levy

  • In Favor: 155
  • Against: 25
  • 100 precincts reported


$50,000 for two years levy

  • In Favor: 150
  • Against: 22
  • 100 precincts reported


Cascade:
Cascade voters will decide on a supplemental maintenance and operation levy in the amount of $500,000 per year for the period of two years for the purpose of maintenance and operation of the district. Super majority needed to pass.

  • In Favor: 232
  • Against: 97
  • 100 percent precincts reporting


Cassia County:

Cassia County voters will decide on the Plant Facility Levy, which provides funds with which the school district maintains the school facilities. This levy requires a 55-percent voter approval.
No Results Yet.

Gooding:
Gooding School District is asking for a two year $510,000 Supplemental Levy ($255,000 per year). A Simple Majority is need to pass.

  • In Favor: 325
  • Against: 284
  • 100 percent precincts reporting (including Lincoln County)


Hansen:
Hansen School District is asking for a two-year supplemental levy in the amount of $190,000 per year. Simple Majority is needed to pass.

  • In Favor: 111
  • Against: 115
  • 100 percent precincts reporting


Horseshoe Bend:
In Horseshoe Bend, the district is asking for a two-year supplemental levy of $300,000 per year. Simple Majority Needed

  • In Favor: 289
  • Against : 238
  • 100 percent precincts reporting


Jerome:
The Jerome Joint School District is asking for a supplemental levy of $650,000 each year for the next two years. Simple Majority is needed to pass.

  • In Favor: 571
  • Against: 274
  • 100 percent precincts reporting


Middleton:
Middleton's levy seeks $250,000 per year for 10 years, starting in July 2014. That's in addition to any and all other levies currently on the books.

  • In Favor: 417
  • Against: 276
  • 100 percent precincts reporting


Nampa:
Nampa's supplemental levy seeks up to $4,300,000 for one year only. The district says the money would be used to pay for operating expenses from July 2013 to June 2014. Simple Majority is needed to pass.

  • In Favor: 4,807
  • Against: 1,738
  • 100 percent precincts reporting


New Meadows:
Meadows Valley School District voters (New Meadows) will decide on a supplemental levy in the mount of up to $145,000 per year for two years (a total of $190,000) to pay for maintaining and operating of the schools. Simple Majority Needed

  • In Favor: 126
  • Against: 19
  • 100 percent precincts reporting


Payette:
Voters in the Payette School District will decide on a two-year levy of $695,000 per year to cover maintenance and operations through the end of the 2014-2015 school year. Simple Majority needed.

  • In Favor: 1,078
  • Against: 605
  • 100 percent precincts reporting (including Washington County)


Twin Falls:
Twin Falls voters will vote on a two-year $9M levy ($4.5M per year). Simple Majority needed to pass.

  • In Favor: 1,665
  • Against: 865
  • 100 percent precincts reporting
     

 

 

 

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