Pike Township Elementary School Construction Project (May 2010)

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A Pike Township Elementary School Construction Project measure was on the May 4, 2010 ballot in the township of Pike which is in Marion County.

This measure was approved with 70% of voters in favor.[1]

This measure asked voters if they wanted to approve a construction project to tear down Guion Creek Elementary School and build a new school facility. This measure was brought about due to the deteriorating conditions at the school and the need to build a new school or repair the current one. School officials noted that the construction would likely not raise property taxes because it would be paid through taxes already being collected.[2]

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