Voters in the Washington School District took a few steps forward and several backward in Tuesday’s election, approving a no tax hike bond proposal, and rejecting a tax increase for bonds for a new middle school. Both needed a 57 percent majority for passage.
The no tax increase bonds in the amount of $9 million received solid support, while the other issue, a $40 million bond issue with a 25-cent property tax hike, received just over a 50 percent favorable vote.
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