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November 7, 2017 Post Election Wrap-Up

Posted By Justin Ruen, Thursday, November 9, 2017

There were several bonds, levies and other questions on the November 7, 2017 election ballot and we will quickly recap the results of those elections.

·    Voters in Sun Valley approved a $17.5 million general obligation bond for improvements to roads, paths and bridges with 67% of the vote.

·    A two-year override levy for preserving open space and enhancing the Boise River passed overwhelmingly with 83% of the vote in Boise.

·    Two citizen initiatives in Hailey on repealing and refunding development impact fees and eliminating annual business licensing both failed by wide margins.

·    A proposed $5 million general obligation bond for rebuilding Blackfoot’s city swimming pool failed narrowly to reach the required two-thirds threshold for approval.

·    A $3.2 million bond for a joint fire station serving the City of Genesee and Genesee Rural Fire Department passed with over 70% of the vote in both the city and the district.

·    A $2.8 million revenue bond for improving and updating Deary’s aging water infrastructure passed with 79% of the vote.

·    A proposed 2% increase in the power and natural gas franchise fee to fund street and sidewalk improvements in Lewiston failed to reach the required simple majority threshold. 

·    A $3.9 million revenue bond to fund a new water tank, well and other water system improvements in Iona for future growth passed with 56% of the vote.

·    Voters in New Meadows narrowly approved a $3.4 million revenue bond for a new well, booster station, reservoir, and other water system improvements.

·    An override levy in Mountain Home to pay for a new roof and remodeling of the city library passed with 57% of the vote.  

·    Voters in Culdesac approved issuing $1.5 million in revenue bonds to finance wastewater collection and treatment facility improvements with over 90% of the vote.

·    Voters in the City of Lava Hot Springs approved extending the city’s local option taxes (LOT), but did not approve using LOT revenue to finance construction of city buildings. 

·    A proposed $3.7 million revenue bond to finance improvements to the water system in Sugar City passed narrowly.

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