EMMETT, Idaho — A major bond to build a new school in Emmett and fund repairs to existing facilities has failed.
About 60% of voters cast ballots against the bond, rejecting it 3,128 to 2,063.
The money would have gone towards buying land and paying construction costs for a new high school, as well as repairs and updates to other district buildings.
The measure would have cost property owners about $194 per $100,000 in assessed value per year.
The Emmett School District has not yet indicated whether they will attempt to get the bond back on ballots in the future.
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