Enumclaw School District bond reaches 60 percent approval

The Enumclaw School District bond crossed the 60 percent approval mark today, April 30, according to the latest posting from the King County Elections website.

The Enumclaw School District bond crossed the 60 percent approval mark today, April 30, according to the latest posting from the King County Elections website.

Enumclaw School District No. 216 Proposition No. 1

(Precincts ( 38/ 38 ) 100.00

Approved NP 3827 60.09 percent

Rejected NP 2542 39.91 percent

 

Proposition No. 1

Bonds to Improve Safety, and Renovate and Construct Schools

 

The Board of Directors of Enumclaw School District No. 216 adopted Resolution No. 1014, concerning a proposition to improve safety, and renovate and construct schools. This proposition would authorize the District to: renovate Enumclaw High School (including constructing a new two-story addition to replace aging classrooms, library, science labs, music facility, auditorium and gymnasium; and upgrading systems in Commons, offices, and art/automotive wing), and construct a new Black Diamond Elementary School; issue no more than $68,555,000 of general obligation bonds maturing within 21 years; and levy annual excess property taxes to repay the bonds, all as provided in Resolution No. 1014. Should this proposition be:

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