(KIFI/KIDK) - Voters living in the Portneuf Library District rejected an $11.6 million construction bond. The final tally was 519 against to 399 in favor.
In Idaho Falls, Auditorium District voters elected Terri Gazdik to a six-year term on the board of directors. She defeated Lezhai Gulbransen by a vote of 468 to 164, 74%. Steve Vucovich was unopposed for a four-year term.
Bear Lake School District #33 voters approved a two-year $650,000 per year supplemental levy with a 66% majority, 582 to 304.
A Georgetown revenue bond, for water and sewer improvements, was approved by a vote of 82-7, 92%.
In the upper valley, 65% of Fremont County Ambulance District voters supported a permanent, $340,000 per year override, 378 to 203. But, that was not enough to pass the override. A super majority 66% was required.
In Fremont and Madison Counties, Sugar Salem District 322 voters overwhelmingly approved a $200,000 per year, two year plant facility levy. The total vote was 432 to 105, an 80% majority. Madison County passed the levy 355 to 76 and Fremont County by 77 to 29.
A proposed $40,000 property tax levy in Menan went down to defeat. The vote was 56 against to 44 in favor.
Swan Valley Elementary School District 92, 85% of voters defeated a five-year, $420,000 per year plant facilities levy by a vote of 243 against to 43 in favor.
And, in Mackay, voters approved a new 3% resort tax. According to the Custer County Clerk's office, the issue required a simple majority for approval. The final vote was 71 in favor and 40 against, a 63% majority.