Montana county's residents accept and reject school tax levies

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August 18, 2009

Gallatin, Montana: Residents in Gellatin County voted on trustees to local school boards, but also approved and disapproved of school tax levies in the same election. While some parts of the county approved of school tax levies, other areas failed to pass the proposed measures.

The taxes passed in LaMotte, Willow Creek and West Yellowstone, however in Ophir and Anderson, they were rejected.

In another part of the county, Monforton residets were split when they voted yes to raising taxes to improve and maintaing buildings, but no to raising taxes in order to operate the schools in the area.[1]

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