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SPECIAL ELECTION


Stevens County, Washington

February 7, 2006



 

Official Results 

 Election certified on February 17, 2006

Last update: September 27, 2006 12:08 PM   Precincts Counted:  0.00%

 

PROPOSITION NO. 1

VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 70

REPLACEMENT MAINTENANCE AND

OPERATION LEVY

 
 

The Board of Directors of Valley School District No. 70 adopted

 

Resolution No. 8-05/06, concerning a proposition to finance

 

maintenance and operation expenses.   This proposition would

 

authorize the District to meet educational needs of its students

 

by levying the following excess taxes, in place of an expiring levy,

 

on all taxable property within the District, for maintenance and

 

operation expenses, including educational programs, music and

 

art programs, facility maintenance, technology and athletics:

 

 

Approximate Levy

 

Collection Year

Rate/$1000 Assessed Value

Levy Amount

2007

$1.89

$152,000

2008

$1.89

$152,000

2009

$1.89 $152,000

2010

$1.89 $152,000
   
 

all as provided in Resolution No. 8-05/06.  Should this proposition be approved?

 
   

Number of votes cast

Percentage

 

Levy Yes

293 67.82%

 

Levy No 

139 32.18%
 

 
 

PROPOSITION NO. 1

SUMMIT VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 202

EDUCATIONAL MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION LEVY

 
 

The Board of Directors of Summit Valley School District

 

No. 202 adopted Resolution No. 2005/2006-3, concerning

 

a proposition to finance maintenance and operation

 

expenses.   This proposition would authorize the District

 

to levy the following excess taxes upon all taxable property

 

within the District for support of the District's General

 

Fund educational maintenance and operation expenses:

 

 

Approximate Levy

 

Collection Years

Rate/$1000 Assessed Value

Levy Amount

2007

$1.31

$38,500

2008

$1.31

$38,500

2009

$1.31 $38,500
   
 

all as provided in Resolution No. 2005/2006-3.  Should this proposition be approved?

 
   

Number of votes cast

Percentage

 

Levy Yes

184 67.90%

 

Levy No 

87 32.10%
 

 
 

PROPOSITION NO. 1

COLUMBIA SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 206

REPLACEMENT MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION LEVY

   
 

The Board of Directors of Columbia School District No. 206

 

adopted Resolution No. 1-FY2005-2006, concerning a proposition

 

to finance maintenance and operation expenses.  This

 

proposition would authorize the District to levy the following

 

excess taxes, in place of an expiring levy, upon all taxable

 

property within the District for support of the District's General

 

Fund educational maintenance and operation expenses:

 

 

Approximate Levy

 

Collection Year

Rate/$1000 Assessed Value

Levy Amount

2007

$1.45

$82,000

2008

$1.45

$82,000

   
 

all as provided in Resolution No. 1-FY2005-06.  Should this proposition be approved?

 
   

Number of votes cast

Percentage

 

Levy Yes

228 70.37%

 

Levy No 

96 29.63%
 

 
 

PROPOSITION NO. 0505

MARY WALKER SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 207

 REPLACEMENT EDUCATIONAL MAINTENANCE

 AND OPERATION LEVY

 

 
 

The Board of Directors of  Mary Walker School District No.

 

207 adopted Resolution No. 05-05, concerning a proposition

 

to finance maintenance and operation expenses.   This

 

proposition would authorize the District to levy the following

 

excess taxes, in place of an expiring levy, upon all taxable

 

property within the District for support of the District's General

 

Fund educational maintenance and operation expenses:

 

 

Approximate Levy

 

Collection Years

Rate/$1000 Assessed Value

Levy Amount

2007

$1.39

$150,000

2008

$1.39

$150,000

2009

$1.39 $150,000

2010

$1.39 $150,000
   
 

all as provided in Resolution No. 05-05.  Should this proposition be approved?

 
   

Number of votes cast

Percentage

 

Levy Yes

400 58.22%

 

Levy No 

287 41.78%
 

 

 
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