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Snoqualmie Valley School District Levy Replacement, 2 (February 2010)

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There were two Snoqualmie School District Levy Replacement measures on the February 9 ballot in King County for voters in the Snoqualmie school district.

Both measures were approved
Proposition 1

  • YES 5,462 (61.05%)Approveda
  • NO 3,485 (38.95%)

Proposition 2

  • YES 5,086 (60.79%)Approveda
  • NO 3,281 (39.21%)[1]

The first measure sought replace a levy that is set to expire, the money would be used for education programs and school operation costs. The levy will be in the amount of $2.00 per $1,000 of assessed property value for a further four years.[2]

The second measure sought to add an additional $.40 to the current levy for a further four years in order to help pay for technology upgrades in the classrooms.[3]

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