Salina residents approve $110 million school bond issue

Decision 2014 (KSN Photo)
Decision 2014 (KSN Photo)

SALINA, Kansas – Salina residents approved a $110 million school bond issue Tuesday.

Nearly 8,800 voted yes on the measure, and 5,900 voted no. The official results are listed below.

The vote was done by a mail-in ballot.

Funds from the bond issue will address numerous needs in the district, including safety and security, all-day kindergarten and career and technical education.

Officials also plan improvements at both high schools in the central Kansas district and construction of storm shelters at all schools.

USD 305 School Bond Election

Total Votes Cast and Counted
14,601 (as of April 8, 2014)

Yes: 8,779
No: 5,934

Difference: 2,845

53 Provisionals to be Reviewed and Counted 4/14/14

300 Envelopes Not Signed

Total Voters 27,829
52.5% Returned and Counted

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