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Unofficial November 7 Election results

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November 7 2017 Elections results AS OF 10:00A.M. Nov. 8

*These are unofficial numbers from our area's county clerks and auditor offices of contested races and issues

Idaho

Nez Perce County

City of Lewiston

Bob Blakey 1,673

Michael Collins 2,016

Greg Follett 929

Kevin Kelly 1,655

Steve Lear 1,047

Steve Martin 913

John Pernsteiner 1,781

Kathy Schroeder 1,993

Kimberly Tolson 1,075

Increase Franchise Fee for Avista Corportation

Shall the City of Lewiston be authorized to increase the franchise fee for Avista Corporation to operate electric and natural gas utilities within the public rights-of-way from a rate of one percent (1%) to a rate of three percent (3%) of gross revenues received by Avista Corporation from customers within the City of a period of seven (7) years, beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2025?

Yes 1,306

No 2,245

Culdesac City Council

John Blosser 15

LaVonne Davis 32

James Johnson 25

Sewer Revenue Bonds

Shall the City of Culdesac issue and sell its sewer revenue bonds to pay the costs of acquisition, construction and improvements to the wastewater collection and treatment system and facilities of the City in a principal amount of not to exceed $1,500,000? The bonds shall mature over a period of not to exceed forty (40) years, and shall be payable solely from the revenues of the system, all as more fully provided in Ordinance No. 301, adopted on August 24, 2017.

Yes 43

No 2

City of Lapwai

Mayor:

Ricky Hernandez 59

Iona Ruth McConville 64

Genesee Special Bond election for Rural Fire Protection District (Joint district with Latah County):

Shall the Genesee Rural Fire Protection District issue and sell its general obligation bonds to pay a portion of the costs of acquisition, construction, equipping and installation of a joint services fire station in the City of Genesee, in cooperation with and for reciprocal use by the City and the District, in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $2,480,553? The bonds shall mature over a period of not to exceed twenty (20) years from their date, and shall be payable solely from annual levies of excess taxes upon all taxable property within the district in amounts sufficient to pay such bonds, all as more fully provided in Resolution No. 10 adopted on August 23, 2017.

Yes 78.58%

No 21.43%

Latah County

City of Bovill Mayor

Chris Childers 41

Mike Porter 39

City Council Seat No. 2

Mary Langer 40

Lonnie Olson 39

City of Deary

Proposition No. 1 Water Revenue Bonds

Shall the City of Deary issue and sell its water revenue bonds to pay the costs of acquisition, construction and improvements to the water system of the city in a principal amount of not to exceed $2,800,000?

Yes 57

No 16

City of Genesee Special Obligation Bonds

Shall the City of Genesee issue and sell its general obligation bonds to pay a portion of the costs of acquisition, construction, equipping and installation of a joint services fire station in the city in cooperation with and for reciprocal use by the Genesee Rural Fire Protection District and the city, in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $753,688?

Yes 212

No 76

City of Moscow Mayor

Bill Lambert 264

Linda Pall 132

City Council (vote for 1)

John Weber 202

Anne Zabala 188

City Council (vote for up to 3)

Arthur Bettge 177

Robb Parish 139

Walter Steed 225

Brandy Sullivan 223

Gina Taruscio 211

Genesee Special Bond election for Rural Fire Protection District (Joint district with Nez Perce County):

Shall the Genesee Rural Fire Protection District issue and sell its general obligation bonds to pay a portion of the costs of acquisition, construction, equipping and installation of a joint services fire station in the City of Genesee, in cooperation with and for reciprocal use by the City and the District, in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $2,480,553? The bonds shall mature over a period of not to exceed twenty (20) years from their date, and shall be payable solely from annual levies of excess taxes upon all taxable property within the district in amounts sufficient to pay such bonds, all as more fully provided in Resolution No. 10 adopted on August 23, 2017.

Yes 44

No 12

Clearwater County

City of Elk River Mayor

Dave Brown 32

Tena Williams 27

City of Elk River City Council (vote for 2)

Rod Black 42

Howard Luft 4

Connie McCartney 49

Kami Nibler 24

City of Orofino Council (vote for 3)

Christine Erbst 163

Shannon Schrader 230

Sean Simmons 224

Mark Swayne 210

Lewis County

City of Kamiah

Henry Bailey 56

Betty Heater 159

Sonny Hirakawa 49

City of Nez Perce

City Council (vote for 2)

William Burton 57

Mike Jensen 78

Michelle Lyons 58

City of Winchester

City Council (vote for 3)

Patricia Fjerstad 18

Leslie London 48

Rosemary McLead 41

Miriam Youngren 45

Idaho County

City of Cottonwood

Council Member 2 Year Term (vote for 1)

Linda Nida 42

Daniel Sigler 79

Council Member 4 Year Term (vote for 2)

Ron Grant 52

Lynn Guyer 78

Pat Holthaus 98

City of Grangeville

Mayor

Wes Lester 354

Lance McColloch 236

Danny Tackett 121

John Viknius 1

Council Member (vote for 3)

Dylan Canaday 330

Dan Gautney 173

Berly Grant 457

Todd McGeorge 195

Earl Musick 314

Scott Winkler 477

City of Stites

Mayor

Gerald Cathey 23

Rey Mireles 39

Council Member

Neil Bronson 21

Ralph Jackson 27

Bonnie Shannon 39

City of Whitebird

Council Member 2 Year Term (vote for 1)

Barbara Lowe 26

Paul Sand 26

Council Member 4 Year Term (vote for 2)

Rick Alley 27

John Collins 24

Jeff Mager 30

Michelle McNamee 14

Darlene Wadsworth 10

Washington

Asotin County

CLARKSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 185 -250 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS - $60,500,000 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS - $60,500,000

*Multi-county race. Results include all counties involved.

Asotin:

Approved 50.72%

Rejected 49.28%

Garfield:

Approved 20%

Rejected 80%

Whitman:

Approved 66.67%

Rejected 33.33%

ALL:

Approved 50.63%

Rejected 49.37%

City of Asotin Proposition No. 1 Levy for Retention of Basic Fire, Police, and other services

Yes 31.39%

No 68.61%

City of Clarkston City Council Member #1

Melyssa Andrews 49.18%

John Murray 50.82%

City of Clarkston City Council Member #3

Kelly Blackmon 39.06%

Pat Holman 60.94%

City of Clarkston City Council Member #4

Richard Hayward 38.59%

Russ Evans 61.41%

City of Clarkston EMS Excess Tax Levy Emergency Medical Services

Yes 68.99%

No 31.01%

FIRE DISTRICT 1 Property Tax Levy for Protection and Emergency Medical Services Property Tax Levy for Protection and Emergency Medical Services

Approved 68,89%

Rejected 31.11%

Garfield County

Hospital District 1 Single Year Levy Lid Lift

Public Hospital District No. 1, Garfield County, Washington, Proposition 1, Single Year Levy Lid Lift. The Commission of the Public Hospital District No. 1, Garfield County, adopted Resolution No. 17.04, concerning an increase in the District's regular property tax levy. If approved, this proposition would provide funding for the maintenance, development and expansion of the District's health care facilities and services. It authorized a maximum regular property levy rate for collection in 2018 of 75 cents per $1,000 assessed value (which is 46 cents greater than the 2017 levy rate). The 2018 levy amount will be used to calculate subsequent levy limits in subsequent years.

Approved 42.02%

Rejected 57.98%

Garfield County Sheriff

Steve Krouse 547

Drew Hyer 545

City of Pomeroy City Council Member #4

James Harris 427

Chere Resnick 165

Hospital Commissioner #4

Jennifer Dixon 807

Ray Hoffman 167

Port Commissioner 2

Cody Bye 797

Lonny Flynn 236

Whitman County

Town of Colton

Shall the Town of Colton be authorized to levy additional taxes by an excess levy in 2017 for collection in 2018 of approximately $1.09 per $1000.00 of assessed value to raise $30,000.00 for General Operations, Improvement of the Town Streets and the Water/Sewer Systems?

Yes 67

No 18

Town of Farmington

The Town Council of the Town of Farmington adopted Resolution 383-17, concerning a proposition to finance street maintenance and repair and street improvements for the Town of Farmington. This proposition would authorize the town to collect an excess property tax levy upon all taxable property within the town in the amount of $12,000.00, an estimated $1.44 or less per $1,000.00 of assessed value in the year 2017 for collection in 2018.

Yes 26

No 16

Town of Oakesdale Proposition No. 1

hall The Town of Oakesdale levy A special tax of $14,000., An Estimated $0.81 per $1,000 of 2017 Assessed valuation for Public Safety to fund Fire Protection for the The Town of Oakesdale for collection in 2018?

Yes 77

No 22

Town of Oakesdale Proposition No. 2

Shall the Town of Oakesdale levy a special tax of $41,000., an estimated $2.38 per $1,000 of 2017 Assessed valuation for Street Work, Street Lights, Street Expenses and Maintenance for The Town of Oakesdale for collection in 2018?

Yes 72

No 24

City of Palouse Proposition No. 1

For the purpose of funding street improvements and street oiling, the City Council of the City of Palouse proposes, pursuant to RCW 84.52.052, to impose an excess property tax levy upon all taxable property within the City in the amount of $44,000.00, an estimated $0.78 per $1,000.00, of assessed value in the year 2017 for collection in 2018, as provided in Resolution 2017-07.

Yes 150

No 52

City of Palouse Proposition No. 2

For the purpose of funding the operation and maintenance of the swimming pool, the City Council of the City of Palouse proposes, pursuant to RCW 84.52.052, to impose an excess property tax levy upon all taxable property within the City in the amount of $34,000.00 an estimated $0.603 per $1,000.00, of assessed value in the year 2017 for collection in 2018, as provided in Resolution 2017-08.

Yes 151

No 53

City of Palouse Proposition No. 3

Shall the City of Palouse be authorized to impose an additional property tax levy in the amount of fifty cents ($.50) per thousand dollars of assessed valuation for each of six (6) consecutive years for provision of emergency medical services?

Yes 172

No 32

City of Pullman Council 7 Ward 1

Al Sorenson 674

Eric Fejeran 430

City of Pullman Council 2 Ward 2

Garren Shannon 122

Dan Records 126

City of Pullman Council 5 Ward 3

Jeff Hawbaker 154

Brandon Chapman 218

City of Pullman Proposition No. 1

The City Council of the City of Pullman passed Resolution No. R-58-17 approving a plan to finance the acquisition, remodel and equipping of a new Recreation Center, Senior Center, new City administrative offices, acquisition of real property for a third fire station and the acquisition and construction of the Lawson Gardens event center. Unlimited tax general obligation bonds would be issued in a maximum principal amount of $10,500,000, maturing within 20 years from date of issue, and repaid from an annual excess levy on real property, all as provided in the Resolution.

Approved 1,114

Rejected 738

City of Pullman Proposition No. 2

The City Council of the City of Pullman passed Resolution No. R-59-17 approving a plan to finance certain parks, paths and recreational facility improvements in the City. Unlimited tax general obligation bonds would be issued in a maximum principal amount of $2,400,000, maturing within 10 years from date of issue, and repaid from an annual excess levy on real property, all as provided in the Resolution.

Approved 1,300

Rejected 540

Town of Rosalia Mayor

Lee Root 103

Nanette Konishi 68

Town of St. John Proposition No. 1

Shall a special tax levy of $70,000.00, an estimated $2.17 or less per one thousand dollars of assessed valuation, be collected in 2018, for street improvements and maintenance for the Town of St. John, be authorized and approved?

Yes 88

No 56

Town of St John Proposition No. 2

Shall a special tax levy of$80,000.00, an estimated $2.48 or less per one thousand dollars of assessed valuation, be collected in 2018, for water and sewer upgrade and capital improvements for the Town of St. John, be authorized and approved?

Yes 94

No 49

City of Tekoa Proposition No. 1

Shall the City of Tekoa impose a special property tax levy upon taxable property within the City of Tekoa in the amount of $50,000.00, an estimated $1.60 per $1,000.00 of assessed valuation in 2017 for collection in 2018, to chip seal portions of Line Street, Howard Street, Lake Street, College Street and Park Street and with available funds use it for matching money for the TIB Park Street project?

Yes 129

No 70

LaCrosse School District No. 126 Proposition No. 1

The Board of Directors of Lacrosse School District No. 126 adopted Resolution No. 16-17-02, concerning a proposition for a replacement levy for capital improvements. This proposition would authorize the District to levy the following excess taxes, on all taxable property within the District, to modernize, renovate and improve existing school facilities (including making health, safety, security, energy efficiency, educational and infrastructure improvements; and acquiring and installing technology equipment and infrastructure):

Yes

No

Rural Fire Protection District No. 4

Will the Rural Fire Protection District No.4 be authorized to impose a PERMANENT regular property levy of fifty cents ($0.50) or less per thousand dollars of assessed valuation, to be used for the provision of emergency medical care or emergency medical services?

Yes

NoNovember 7 2017 Elections results AS OF 10:00A.M. Nov. 8

*These are unofficial numbers from our area's county clerks and auditor offices of contested races and issues

Idaho

Nez Perce County

City of Lewiston

Bob Blakey 1,673

Michael Collins 2,016

Greg Follett 929

Kevin Kelly 1,655

Steve Lear 1,047

Steve Martin 913

John Pernsteiner 1,781

Kathy Schroeder 1,993

Kimberly Tolson 1,075

Increase Franchise Fee for Avista Corportation

Shall the City of Lewiston be authorized to increase the franchise fee for Avista Corporation to operate electric and natural gas utilities within the public rights-of-way from a rate of one percent (1%) to a rate of three percent (3%) of gross revenues received by Avista Corporation from customers within the City of a period of seven (7) years, beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2025?

Yes 1,306

No 2,245

Culdesac City Council

John Blosser 15

LaVonne Davis 32

James Johnson 25

Sewer Revenue Bonds

Shall the City of Culdesac issue and sell its sewer revenue bonds to pay the costs of acquisition, construction and improvements to the wastewater collection and treatment system and facilities of the City in a principal amount of not to exceed $1,500,000? The bonds shall mature over a period of not to exceed forty (40) years, and shall be payable solely from the revenues of the system, all as more fully provided in Ordinance No. 301, adopted on August 24, 2017.

Yes 43

No 2

City of Lapwai

Mayor:

Ricky Hernandez 59

Iona Ruth McConville 64

Genesee Special Bond election for Rural Fire Protection District (Joint district with Latah County):

Shall the Genesee Rural Fire Protection District issue and sell its general obligation bonds to pay a portion of the costs of acquisition, construction, equipping and installation of a joint services fire station in the City of Genesee, in cooperation with and for reciprocal use by the City and the District, in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $2,480,553? The bonds shall mature over a period of not to exceed twenty (20) years from their date, and shall be payable solely from annual levies of excess taxes upon all taxable property within the district in amounts sufficient to pay such bonds, all as more fully provided in Resolution No. 10 adopted on August 23, 2017.

Yes 78.58%

No 21.43%

Latah County

City of Bovill Mayor

Chris Childers 41

Mike Porter 39

City Council Seat No. 2

Mary Langer 40

Lonnie Olson 39

City of Deary

Proposition No. 1 Water Revenue Bonds

Shall the City of Deary issue and sell its water revenue bonds to pay the costs of acquisition, construction and improvements to the water system of the city in a principal amount of not to exceed $2,800,000?

Yes 57

No 16

City of Genesee Special Obligation Bonds

Shall the City of Genesee issue and sell its general obligation bonds to pay a portion of the costs of acquisition, construction, equipping and installation of a joint services fire station in the city in cooperation with and for reciprocal use by the Genesee Rural Fire Protection District and the city, in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $753,688?

Yes 212

No 76

City of Moscow Mayor

Bill Lambert 264

Linda Pall 132

City Council (vote for 1)

John Weber 202

Anne Zabala 188

City Council (vote for up to 3)

Arthur Bettge 177

Robb Parish 139

Walter Steed 225

Brandy Sullivan 223

Gina Taruscio 211

Genesee Special Bond election for Rural Fire Protection District (Joint district with Nez Perce County):

Shall the Genesee Rural Fire Protection District issue and sell its general obligation bonds to pay a portion of the costs of acquisition, construction, equipping and installation of a joint services fire station in the City of Genesee, in cooperation with and for reciprocal use by the City and the District, in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $2,480,553? The bonds shall mature over a period of not to exceed twenty (20) years from their date, and shall be payable solely from annual levies of excess taxes upon all taxable property within the district in amounts sufficient to pay such bonds, all as more fully provided in Resolution No. 10 adopted on August 23, 2017.

Yes 44

No 12

Clearwater County

City of Elk River Mayor

Dave Brown 32

Tena Williams 27

City of Elk River City Council (vote for 2)

Rod Black 42

Howard Luft 4

Connie McCartney 49

Kami Nibler 24

City of Orofino Council (vote for 3)

Christine Erbst 163

Shannon Schrader 230

Sean Simmons 224

Mark Swayne 210

Lewis County

City of Kamiah

Henry Bailey 56

Betty Heater 159

Sonny Hirakawa 49

City of Nez Perce

City Council (vote for 2)

William Burton 57

Mike Jensen 78

Michelle Lyons 58

City of Winchester

City Council (vote for 3)

Patricia Fjerstad 18

Leslie London 48

Rosemary McLead 41

Miriam Youngren 45

Idaho County

City of Cottonwood

Council Member 2 Year Term (vote for 1)

Linda Nida 42

Daniel Sigler 79

Council Member 4 Year Term (vote for 2)

Ron Grant 52

Lynn Guyer 78

Pat Holthaus 98

City of Grangeville

Mayor

Wes Lester 354

Lance McColloch 236

Danny Tackett 121

John Viknius 1

Council Member (vote for 3)

Dylan Canaday 330

Dan Gautney 173

Berly Grant 457

Todd McGeorge 195

Earl Musick 314

Scott Winkler 477

City of Stites

Mayor

Gerald Cathey 23

Rey Mireles 39

Council Member

Neil Bronson 21

Ralph Jackson 27

Bonnie Shannon 39

City of Whitebird

Council Member 2 Year Term (vote for 1)

Barbara Lowe 26

Paul Sand 26

Council Member 4 Year Term (vote for 2)

Rick Alley 27

John Collins 24

Jeff Mager 30

Michelle McNamee 14

Darlene Wadsworth 10

Washington

Asotin County

CLARKSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 185 -250 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS - $60,500,000 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS - $60,500,000

*Multi-county race. Results include all counties involved.

Asotin:

Approved 50.72%

Rejected 49.28%

Garfield:

Approved

Rejected

Whitman:

Approved

Rejected

ALL:

Approved

Rejected

City of Asotin Proposition No. 1 Levy for Retention of Basic Fire, Police, and other services

Yes 31.39%

No 68.61%

City of Clarkston City Council Member #1

Melyssa Andrews 49.18%

John Murray 50.82%

City of Clarkston City Council Member #3

Kelly Blackmon 39.06%

Pat Holman 60.94%

City of Clarkston City Council Member #4

Richard Hayward 38.59%

Russ Evans 61.41%

City of Clarkston EMS Excess Tax Levy Emergency Medical Services

Yes 68.99%

No 31.01%

FIRE DISTRICT 1 Property Tax Levy for Protection and Emergency Medical Services Property Tax Levy for Protection and Emergency Medical Services

Approved 68,89%

Rejected 31.11%

Garfield County

Hospital District 1 Single Year Levy Lid Lift

Public Hospital District No. 1, Garfield County, Washington, Proposition 1, Single Year Levy Lid Lift. The Commission of the Public Hospital District No. 1, Garfield County, adopted Resolution No. 17.04, concerning an increase in the District's regular property tax levy. If approved, this proposition would provide funding for the maintenance, development and expansion of the District's health care facilities and services. It authorized a maximum regular property levy rate for collection in 2018 of 75 cents per $1,000 assessed value (which is 46 cents greater than the 2017 levy rate). The 2018 levy amount will be used to calculate subsequent levy limits in subsequent years.

Approved 42.02%

Rejected 57.98%

Garfield County Sheriff

Steve Krouse 547

Drew Hyer 545

City of Pomeroy City Council Member #4

James Harris 427

Chere Resnick 165

Hospital Commissioner #4

Jennifer Dixon 807

Ray Hoffman 167

Port Commissioner 2

Cody Bye 797

Lonny Flynn 236

Whitman County

Town of Colton

Shall the Town of Colton be authorized to levy additional taxes by an excess levy in 2017 for collection in 2018 of approximately $1.09 per $1000.00 of assessed value to raise $30,000.00 for General Operations, Improvement of the Town Streets and the Water/Sewer Systems?

Yes 67

No 18

Town of Farmington

The Town Council of the Town of Farmington adopted Resolution 383-17, concerning a proposition to finance street maintenance and repair and street improvements for the Town of Farmington. This proposition would authorize the town to collect an excess property tax levy upon all taxable property within the town in the amount of $12,000.00, an estimated $1.44 or less per $1,000.00 of assessed value in the year 2017 for collection in 2018.

Yes 26

No 16

Town of Oakesdale Proposition No. 1

hall The Town of Oakesdale levy A special tax of $14,000., An Estimated $0.81 per $1,000 of 2017 Assessed valuation for Public Safety to fund Fire Protection for the The Town of Oakesdale for collection in 2018?

Yes 77

No 22

Town of Oakesdale Proposition No. 2

Shall the Town of Oakesdale levy a special tax of $41,000., an estimated $2.38 per $1,000 of 2017 Assessed valuation for Street Work, Street Lights, Street Expenses and Maintenance for The Town of Oakesdale for collection in 2018?

Yes 72

No 24

City of Palouse Proposition No. 1

For the purpose of funding street improvements and street oiling, the City Council of the City of Palouse proposes, pursuant to RCW 84.52.052, to impose an excess property tax levy upon all taxable property within the City in the amount of $44,000.00, an estimated $0.78 per $1,000.00, of assessed value in the year 2017 for collection in 2018, as provided in Resolution 2017-07.

Yes 150

No 52

City of Palouse Proposition No. 2

For the purpose of funding the operation and maintenance of the swimming pool, the City Council of the City of Palouse proposes, pursuant to RCW 84.52.052, to impose an excess property tax levy upon all taxable property within the City in the amount of $34,000.00 an estimated $0.603 per $1,000.00, of assessed value in the year 2017 for collection in 2018, as provided in Resolution 2017-08.

Yes 151

No 53

City of Palouse Proposition No. 3

Shall the City of Palouse be authorized to impose an additional property tax levy in the amount of fifty cents ($.50) per thousand dollars of assessed valuation for each of six (6) consecutive years for provision of emergency medical services?

Yes 172

No 32

City of Pullman Council 7 Ward 1

Al Sorenson 674

Eric Fejeran 430

City of Pullman Council 2 Ward 2

Garren Shannon 122

Dan Records 126

City of Pullman Council 5 Ward 3

Jeff Hawbaker 154

Brandon Chapman 218

City of Pullman Proposition No. 1

The City Council of the City of Pullman passed Resolution No. R-58-17 approving a plan to finance the acquisition, remodel and equipping of a new Recreation Center, Senior Center, new City administrative offices, acquisition of real property for a third fire station and the acquisition and construction of the Lawson Gardens event center. Unlimited tax general obligation bonds would be issued in a maximum principal amount of $10,500,000, maturing within 20 years from date of issue, and repaid from an annual excess levy on real property, all as provided in the Resolution.

Approved 1,114

Rejected 738

City of Pullman Proposition No. 2

The City Council of the City of Pullman passed Resolution No. R-59-17 approving a plan to finance certain parks, paths and recreational facility improvements in the City. Unlimited tax general obligation bonds would be issued in a maximum principal amount of $2,400,000, maturing within 10 years from date of issue, and repaid from an annual excess levy on real property, all as provided in the Resolution.

Approved 1,300

Rejected 540

Town of Rosalia Mayor

Lee Root 103

Nanette Konishi 68

Town of St. John Proposition No. 1

Shall a special tax levy of $70,000.00, an estimated $2.17 or less per one thousand dollars of assessed valuation, be collected in 2018, for street improvements and maintenance for the Town of St. John, be authorized and approved?

Yes 88

No 56

Town of St John Proposition No. 2

Shall a special tax levy of$80,000.00, an estimated $2.48 or less per one thousand dollars of assessed valuation, be collected in 2018, for water and sewer upgrade and capital improvements for the Town of St. John, be authorized and approved?

Yes 94

No 49

City of Tekoa Proposition No. 1

Shall the City of Tekoa impose a special property tax levy upon taxable property within the City of Tekoa in the amount of $50,000.00, an estimated $1.60 per $1,000.00 of assessed valuation in 2017 for collection in 2018, to chip seal portions of Line Street, Howard Street, Lake Street, College Street and Park Street and with available funds use it for matching money for the TIB Park Street project?

Yes 129

No 70

LaCrosse School District No. 126 Proposition No. 1

The Board of Directors of Lacrosse School District No. 126 adopted Resolution No. 16-17-02, concerning a proposition for a replacement levy for capital improvements. This proposition would authorize the District to levy the following excess taxes, on all taxable property within the District, to modernize, renovate and improve existing school facilities (including making health, safety, security, energy efficiency, educational and infrastructure improvements; and acquiring and installing technology equipment and infrastructure):

Yes

No

Rural Fire Protection District No. 4

Will the Rural Fire Protection District No.4 be authorized to impose a PERMANENT regular property levy of fifty cents ($0.50) or less per thousand dollars of assessed valuation, to be used for the provision of emergency medical care or emergency medical services?

Yes

No

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