2019 Colorado School District Bond and MLO Election Results
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Colorado School Finance Project November 2019 Colorado School District Elections
Sources: School Districts and Secretary of State Updated November 22, 2019 (Thank you to Paul Howe for formatting and adding data)
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DistrictPASS / FAILTYPE OF ELECTIONVOTES FORVOTES AGAINST% FOR% AGAINSTDOLLAR AMOUNTMAXIMUM REPAYMENTPURPOSE2018 CDE STUDENT MEMBERSHIP
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Bond
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Calhan RJ1FAILBond37767335.9%64.1%$15,800,000$24,593,000IMPROVING SAFETY AND SECURITY AT SCHOOL BUILDINGS, INCLUDING UPGRADING SCHOOL SAFETY EQUIPMENT; PROVIDING A CAREER, TECHNICAL, AND INNOVATION CENTER, IN ORDER TO PROVIDE COLLEGE-LEVEL COURSES AND CAREER-FOCUSED LEARNING FOR MORE STUDENTS; PROVIDING A PERFORMING ARTS CENTER; IMPROVEMENTS TO ATHLETIC FACILITIES ON SCHOOL PROPERTIES; REPAIRING, RENOVATING, EQUIPPING, OR RE-CONSTRUCTING AGED DISTRICT PROPERTIES TO BE SAFER, MORE EFFICIENT, OWNED PROPERTY IN ORDER TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONAL SPACE, SAFETY AND SECURITY UPGRADES, UPDATED TECHNOLOGY; IMPROVED ACADEMIC AND ATHLETIC FACILITIES467
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Cheyenne County RE-5FAILBond25732544.2%55.8%$2,000,000.00$3,209,700CONSTRUCTING, REPAIRING AND IMPROVING THE DISTRICT'S EXISTING FACILITIES TO EXTEND THEIR USEFUL LIFE, TO THE EXTENT ANY SUCH REPAIRS ARE NOT OTHERWISE COVERED BY INSURANCE182
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Eaton School District RE- 2PASSBond2,0921,69355.3%44.7%$128,500,000$253,000,000UPGRADING SAFETY AND SECURITY (SECURE ENTRY) AND ADDRESSING DEFERRED MAINTENANCE IN ALL EXISTING SCHOOLS (EXCEPT EATON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, WHICH WILL BE DECOMMISSIONED), WITH A PORTION OF THE COST TO BE PAID BY A GRANT FROM THE STATE'S BEST PROGRAM; CONSTRUCTING, FURNISHING AND EQUIPPING A NEW HIGH SCHOOL ON LAND CURRENTLY OWNED BY THE DISTRICT; REMODELING AND FURNISHING THE EXISTING EATON HIGH SCHOOL TO CONVERT IT TO A MIDDLE SCHOOL, INCLUDING CONSTRUCTING AN ADDITION THERETO IN ORDER TO REMODELING AND FURNISHING THE EXISTING EATON MIDDLE SCHOOL TO CONVERT IT TO AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL; CONSTRUCTING, FURNISHING AND EQUIPPING A NEW TRANSPORTATION FACILITY1,915
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Lewis-Palmer School District 38FAILBond6,9888,53245.0%55.0%$28,985,000$45,250,000CONSTRUCTING AND EQUIPPING A NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN JACKSON CREEK6,895
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Mesa County Valley School District 51FAILBond21,81124,41347.2%52.8%$179,500,000$388,000,000REPLACING GRAND JUNCTION HIGH SCHOOL (CONSTRUCTED IN 1959) WITH A NEW FACILITY AT THE EXISTING SITE; INSTALLING SAFETY AND SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS TO CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL, PALISADE HIGH SCHOOL AND FRUITA MONUMENT HIGH SCHOOL TO INCLUDE CONSTRUCTING SECURITY VESTIBULES AND ENCLOSING COURTYARDS; ELIMINATING EXTERIOR ENTRANCES AT CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL, PALISADE HIGH SCHOOL AND FRUITA MONUMENT HIGH SCHOOL TO CREATE ONE SECURE ENTRY POINT, AND PROVIDING OTHER SAFETY AND SECURITY RENOVATIONS; RENOVATING AND IMPROVING FACILITIES TO INCREASE THE LIFE SPAN OF CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL, PALISADE HIGH SCHOOL AND FRUITA MONUMENT HIGH SCHOOL22,082
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Platte Valley, Weld Re-7PASSBond82871453.7%46.3%$26,575,000$36,589,801SECURITY UPGRADES, INCLUDING NEW SECURITY CAMERAS; EXTENDING THE USEFUL LIFE OF SCHOOL FACILITIES BY REPLACING OUTDATED ROOFS AND HVAC UNITS, AND ADDRESSING FLOORING, ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING, CONSTRUCTING AN AUXILIARY GYM AND WRESTLING ROOM AT THE HIGH SCHOOL; REPLACING OUTDATED TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE AND EQUIPMENT; IMPROVING SCHOOL GROUNDS, INCLUDING PLAYGROUNDS AND FIELDS; AND REPLACING SCHOOL BUSES/VEHICLES WHICH HAVE EXCEEDED THEIR USEFUL LIFE1,092
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Pueblo 60PASSBond14,87011,25556.9%43.1%$218,250,000$359,500,000ADDRESSING CRITICAL NEEDS AT FOUR DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOLS BY MAKING PRIORITY REPAIRS, UPGRADES AND SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS TO CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL AND SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL, AND CONSTRUCTING AND EQUIPPING TWO NEW HIGH SCHOOLS FOR CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL AND EAST HIGH SCHOOL WITH EXPANDED CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM SPACE, MODERN CLASSROOMS, AND EXPANDED ACCESS TO NEW TECHNOLOGY AND COMPUTERS; AND · ADDRESSING CRITICAL HEALTH, SAFETY AND SECURITY CONCERNS IN OTHER DISTRICT BUILDINGS, AND PROVIDING UPDATED SAFETY AND SECURITY SYSTEMS AND OTHER16,405
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Pueblo County School District 70FAILBond7,6449,10945.6%54.4%$60,000,000$115,000,000CONSTRUCTING, RENOVATING AND UPDATING ALL DISTRICT FACILITIES BY THE ADDITIONS OF HEALTH, SAFETY AND SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS; AND FOR OTHER CAPITAL EXPENDITURES RELATED TO ACQUIRING, CONSTRUCTING,REPAIRING AND EQUIPPING SCHOOL FACILITIES10,033
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Steamboat SpringsPASSBond3,5893,50950.6%49.4%$79,500,000$137,000,000CONSTRUCTING AND EQUIPPING A NEW PRE-K THROUGH 8 SCHOOL ON DISTRICT OWNED PROPERTY ON THE WEST SIDE OF TOWN;
ADDING ADDITIONS TO, RENOVATING, AND/OR IMPROVING EXISTING FACILITIES TO COMPLETE PRIORITY PROJECTS SUCH AS SAFETY AND
SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS, INCLUDING IMPROVEMENTS TO SODA CREEK ELEMENTARY, STRAWBERRY PARK ELEMENTARY, NORTH ROUTT
COMMUNITY CHARTER, STEAMBOAT SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL AND STEAMBOAT SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL, YAMPA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL, AND OTHER
SPACES SUCH AS THE HUMAN SERVICES CENTER
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Strasburg 31JFAILBond8561,05144.9%55.1%$25,000,000$49,200,000DISTRICT PURPOSES, INCLUDING: IMPROVING SAFETY AND SECURITY BY CONSTRUCTING ADDITIONAL SERVICE ROADS AROUND SCHOOL CAMPUS TO ADDRESS INCREASED TRAFFIC FLOW DUE TO GROWTH; ADDRESSING OVERCROWDING BY ADDING ADDITIONAL CLASSROOMS TO THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL; ADDRESSING THE HEALTH, SAFETY, SECURITY, AND EDUCATIONAL ISSUES AT THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BY RENOVATING AND REMODELING SUCH FACILITY TO INCLUDE REMOVING TEMPORARY WALLS AND BUILDING A GYMNASIUM; ADDRESSING THE HEALTH, SAFETY, SECURITY, AND EDUCATIONAL ISSUES AT THE HIGH SCHOOL BY RENOVATING AND REMODELING SUCH FACILITY TO INCLUDE THE ADDITION OF A FOOD SERVICE AREA, UPDATING BATHROOMS TO MEET HEALTH CODES, CONVERTING THE NON-ADA ACCESSIBLE GYM INTO AN AUDITORIUM, AND PROVIDING IMPROVEMENTS TO BLEACHERS AND PROVIDING PEDESTRIAN ACCESS AND SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS AT THE FOOTBALL AND PRACTICE FIELD AREAS;CONSTRUCTING EMERGENCY EGRESS AND PATHWAYS AND IMPROVING ACCESS TO OUTSIDE LEARNING SPACES AT THE MIDDLE SCHOOL FACILITY1,065
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Weld County School District 6 (Greeley Evans 4C)PASSBond12,91511,64252.6%47.4%$395,000,000$771,000,000CONSTRUCTING AND EQUIPPING A NEW HIGH SCHOOL TO REPLACE THE CURRENT GREELEY WEST HIGH SCHOOL · BUILDING AND IMPROVING CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION SPACES; CONSTRUCTING AND EQUIPPING A NEW K-8 SCHOOL; MAKING IMPROVEMENTS AND ADDITIONS TO RENOVATE, UPDATE AND INCREASE CAPACITY AT SELECTED K-8 SCHOOLS; CONSTRUCTING AND EQUIPPING A NEW SCHOOL TO REPLACE THE CURRENT MADISON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL; REPAIRING AND RENOVATING AGING FACILITIES, INCLUDING CHARTER SCHOOLS; MAKING SAFETY AND SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS TO EXISTING SCHOOLS, INCLUDING CHARTER SCHOOLS22,503
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Pass5
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Fail6
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Bond/BEST Matching
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Fowler R4JPASSBEST Matching41241050.1%49.9%$4,900,000$7,900,000THE CONSTRUCTION, RENOVATION,ACQUISITION, EQUIPPING AND IMPROVEMENT COSTS OF DISTRICT FACILITY NEEDS IDENTIFIED IN THE DISTRICT'S FACILITY MASTER PLAN (MAY 2019)387
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HoehnePASSBEST Matching31223956.6%43.4%$3,200,000$5,985,000DEBT BE INCREASED BY $3,200,000, WITH REPAYMENT COST OF UP TO %5,985,000 … WITH PROCEEDS OF SUCH DEBT BE USED TOGETHER WITH FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FROM THE STATE UNDER THE BEST SCHOOLS ACT (“BEST”) IN THE ANTICIPATED APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $1,776,000 AND/OR OTHER GRANT PROGRAMS, FOR THE PUPOSE OF PROVIDING CAPITAL ASSETS FOR DISTRICT PURPOSES, WHICH MAY INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING: ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPPING OF A NEW AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION SHOP TO REPLACE THE SHOP THAT WAS BUILT IN 1951 …371
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LakePASSBEST Matching1,24472163.3%36.7%$13,870,450$22,250,000DEBT BE INCREASED $13,870,450, WITH A REPAYMENT OF UP TO $22,250,000 … TO PROVIDE LOCAL MATCHING MONEY REQUIRED FOR THE DISTRICT TO RECEIVE APPROXIMATELY $20,805,000 IN STATE GRANT FUNDS UNDER THE BUILDING EXCELLENT SCHOOLS TODAY (“BEST”) PROGRAM TO FINANCE THE COSTS OF: CONSTRUCTING, EQUIPPING, AND FURNISHING A NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FACILITY …1,081
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North ConejosPASSBEST Matching92163059.4%40.6%$5,920,000$9,500,000REPLACING THE DISTRICT’S EXISTING CENTAURI HIGH SCHOOL FACILITY TO MEET CURRENT HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS BY CONSTRUCTING AN AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT COMPLIANT, ENERGY-EFFICIENT AND TECHNOLOGICALLY UP-TO-DATE FACILITY TO MEET THE EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF THE DISTRICT’S STUDENTS AND SERVE THE COMMUNITY1,025
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TrinidadPASSBEST Matching1,8791,21760.7%39.3%$7,455,000$11,378,300DEBT BE INCREASED $7,455,000 WITH A REPAYMENT COST OF UP TO $11,378,300 … IN ORDER TO MEET THE CURRENT SAFETY AND HEALTH AND TO EXTEND THE USEFUL LIFE OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS BY: PROVIDING MATCHING MONEY REQUIRED TO RECEIVE A $1,040,260.73 CAST GRANT FROM THE COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION … FOR A COMPLETE RENOVATION OF TRINIDAD MIDDLE SCHOOL … PARTIAL RENOVATION OF TRINIDAD HIGH SCHOOL …937
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Weld RE-5JFAILBEST Matching2,9003,00149.1%50.9%$139,900,000$253,400,000PROVIDING $25.1 MILLION OF MATCHING MONEY REQUIRED TO RECEIVE $8.3 MILLION IN AN AWARDED STATE "BEST" GRANT (WHICH IS NOT REQUIRED TO BE REPAID) TO CONSTRUCT A NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ON LAND GIVEN TO THE DISTRICT BY THE TOWN OF
JOHNSTOWN TO REPLACE THE EXISTING LETFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL; CONSTRUCTING A NEW MIDDLE SCHOOL AND TRANSPORTATION CENTER IN MILLIKEN; ACQUIRING LANDS FOR A FUTURE HIGH SCHOOL AND CONSTRUCTING AT THIS TIME A DISTRICT STADIUM AND AHLETICS COMPLEX; ADDRESSING SAFETY AND SECURITY THROUGH ENTRYWAY AND FIRE AND FIRE
SYSTEM UPGRADES AND MAKING IMPROVEMENTS TO MILLIKEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, PIONEER RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, MILLIKEN MIDDLE SCHOOL, AND ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL TO EXTEND THEIR USEFUL LIFE, IMPROVE ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND ENHANCE
INSTRUCTIONAL AND CAREER PATHWAYS PROGRAMMING; AND PROVIDING $1.0 MILLION FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO THE KNOWLEDGE QUEST ACADEMY FACILITY
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Yuma-1 School DistrictPASSBEST Matching1,00859562.9%37.1%$16,000,000$25,700,000IMPROVING STUDENT SAFETY BY RECONFIGURING PARENT AND BUS PICK-UP AND DROP-OFF LOCATIONS AT THE ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOLS; CONSTRUCTING AN ADDITION TO THE HIGH SCHOOL AND RENOVATING THE EXISTING FACILITY TO, AMONG OTHER THINGS, ENHANCE THE SECURITY OF THE FACILITY AND IMPROVE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION; REPAIRING OR REPLACING OUTDATED HVAC, ELECTRICAL AND OTHER MECHANICAL SYSTEMS IN THE HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL; AND RENOVATING THE MIDDLE SCHOOL SERVING KITCHEN865
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Pass6
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Fail1
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Mill Levy Override
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BennettFAILMill Levy Override9491,32141.8%58.2%9.971 Mills, $1.6 millionThrough Collection Year 2025SHALL TAXES BE INCREASED $1.6 MILLION (2019 ESTIMATE) ANNUALLY AND BY WHATEVER AMOUNTS ARE RAISED IN 2021 THROUGH COLLECTION YEAR 2025 FROM AN OVERRIDE MILL LEVY IMPOSED AT A RATE OF 9.971 MILLS … FOR THE DISTRICT AND USED TO PAY FOR THE BENNETT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL1,105
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Eaton School District RE- 2 (4D)PASSMill Levy Override1,9441,85551.2%48.8%$1,500,000IndefinitePROVIDING ADDITIONAL MENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY RESOURCES; CONTINUING THE DISTRICT'S COMMITMENT TO EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE BY ATTRACTING AND RETAINING HIGH QUALITY TEACHERS AND SUPPORT STAFF; AND FUNDING THE INCREASED COSTS OF OPERATING AND MAINTAINING DISTRICT BUILDINGS1,915
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Holyoke School DistrictPASSMill Levy Override60242458.7%41.3%7 millsExtend current MLO through Collection Year 2025MAINTENANCE OF EXISTING FACILITIES; QUALITY INSTRUCTIONAL AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY; CURRENT INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS; SAFE AND RELIABLE TRANSPORTATION FLEET, AND; ATTRACTING AND RETAINING QUALIFIED TEACHERS AND STAFF577
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Montezuma-Cortez School District RE-1FAILMill Levy Override2,4633,05844.6%55.4%5 mills, $2,883,000IndefiniteTO HIRE AND RETAIN HIGH-QUALITY TEACHERS AND SUPPORT STAFF, INCLUDING LAW ENFORCEMENT SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS, BY INCREASING SALARIES AND BENEFITS;2,778
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Platte Valley, Weld Re-7PASSMill Levy Override87069355.7%44.3%Increase $414,303; continue $2,491,537Through Collection Year 2025RECRUIT, TRAIN, AND RETAIN QUALITY TEACHERS AND SUPPORT STAFF (SUCH AS BUS DRIVERS, FOOD SERVICE EMPLOYEES, CUSTODIANS, TEACHER'S AIDES AND SECRETARIES); MAINTAIN CLASS SIZES THAT ENHANCE STUDENT LEARNING; MAINTAIN MUSIC, GIFTED/TALENTEDAND RELATED PROGRAMS; PURCHASE AND INSTALL INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY; AND REPLACE OUTDATED TEXTBOOKS AND MATERIALS1,092
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PoudrePASSMill Levy Override40,37323,16363.5%36.5%$18,000,000IndefiniteINCREASING FIRST-YEAR TEACHER SALARIES TO A COMPETITIVE LEVEL, BEGINNING 2020-2021 BUDGET YEAR; RESTRUCTURING THE TEACHER SALARY SCHEDULE TO MAINTAIN COMPETITIVE WAGES AND ALLOW PSD TO RECRUIT AND RETAIN HIGH QUALITY TEACHERS; MAINTAINING COMPETITIVE WAGES FOR SUPPORT STAFF, INCLUDING CLASSIFIED EMPLOYERS SUCH AS BUS DRIVERS, PARAPROFESSIONALS, CHILD NUTRITION STAFF, AND CUSTODIANS; SUPPORTING STUDENTS' MENTAL HEALTH, BY HIRING MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS, SUCH AS COUNSELORS, AND ENHANCING SAFETY AND SECURITY30,463
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Summit School DistrictPASSMill Levy Override5,9702,53870.2%29.8%.429 mills, $950,000IndefiniteATTRACTING AND RETAINING QUALITY TEACHERS AND STAFF; AND ENHANCING SCHOOL COUNSELING AND MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS3,577
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Weld RE-5JFAILMill Levy Override3,0313,03450.0%50.0%$4,000,000IndefiniteEXPAND THE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS AT MILLIKEN MIDDLE SCHOOL AND ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL; ATTRACT AND RETAIN QUALITY TEACHERS AND STAFF; AND PROVIDE ADDITIONAL SAFETY , SECURITY, AND MENTAL HEALTH PERSONNEL, ACROSS THE DISTRICT3,986
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Weld RE-8FAILMill Levy Override1,1641,78439.5%60.5%$3,500,000IndefiniteATTRACT, TRAIN AND RETAIN HIGH-QUALITY TEACHERS AND SUPPORT STAFF (SUCH AS BUS DRIVERS, CUSTODIANS AND TEACHER'S AIDES) TO BE COMPETITIVE WITH SURROUNDING SCHOOL DISTRICTS2,509
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Steamboat SpringsPASSMill Levy Override4,6762,48565.3%34.7%$1,200,000IndefinitePROVIDING WAGE AND BENEFIT INCREASES TO ATTRACT AND RETAIN QUALITY TEACHERS AND ALL STAFF2,674
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Steamboat SpringsPASSMill Levy Override3,6153,49550.8%49.2%$2,800,000IndefiniteBEGINNING NOT EARLIER THAN COLLECTION YEAR 2022 … PROVIDING OPERATIONAL SUPPORT FOR NEW PRE-K THROUGH 8 SCHOOL FACILITY, AND OPERATIONAL COSTS AT OTHER DISTRICT FACILITIES2,674
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Mill Levy Override Transportation
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Delta County School DistictFAILMill Levy Override4,7716,42542.6%57.4%1.5 mills, estimated at $576,000Through Collection Year 2028REPLACING AND MAINTAINING THE DISTRICT'S OUTDATED BUS FLEET4,998
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Original file at: https://cosfp.org/wp-content/uploads/November-2019-elections-Results-10am-1.pdf
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Vote totals and ballot language from Colorado Secretary of State: https://results.enr.clarityelections.com/CO/97143/web/#/summary. Note that some school districts are in multiple counties.
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