Green Country Voters Decide School Bond, Sales Tax Issues


Tuesday, September 10th 2013, 10:06 pm
By: News On 6


Some Green Country voters decided millions of dollars worth of school bonds Tuesday.

Barltesville passed a $36 million bond issue. Some of the money is supposed go toward security improvements, as well as renovating two outdated middle schools.

Voters in Inola overwhelmingly passed two separate bonds, as well. The first is for $3 million to build eight new classrooms, as well as improve security. The other is nearly $200,000, and will pay for two new school buses.

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Below is a complete list of the school bonds voted on Tuesday:

Milfay Public School
Creek County

Annexation to Depew School District

YES: 66%
NO: 34%

Cameron Proposition
LeFlore County

2% Sales Tax

YES: 55%
NO: 34%

Spavinaw Public Schools
Mayes County, Delaware County

Proposition: $250,000 Bond Issue, requiring 60% to pass

YES: 55%
No: 45%

Wynona Public Schools
Osage County

Proposition 1: $105,000 Bond Issue

YES: 70%
NO: 30%

Proposition 2: $75,000 Bond Issue

YES: 69%
NO: 31%

Bowring Public Schools
Osage County

Proposition: $200,000 Bond Issue

YES: 94%
NO: 6%

Cleveland Proposition
Pawnee County

Sales Tax Extension

YES: 80%
NO: 20%

Inola Public Schools
Rogers County, Wagoner County

Proposition 1: $3,135,000 Bond Issue

YES: 89%
NO: 11%

Proposition 2: $190,000 Bond Issue

YES: 90%
NO: 10%

Bartlesville Public Schools
Washington County, Osage County

Proposition: $36,720,000 Bond Issue

YES: 76%
NO: 24%