Sparta School District Tax Measures (November 2009)
The first ballot measure asked voters to allow the district to borrow $4.3 million in order to help fund the building of a new high school in the district. This would not raise taxes for district residents.
The second ballot measure sought to raise property taxes by 60 cents in order to also help fund the building of the new high school and help fund improvements on other buildings in the school district.
Sparta School District #1-Borrowing
- Although the measure passed with a simple majority, it needed a two-thirds majority to be approved.
Sparta School District #2-Bond
- Yes: 768 (68%)
- No: 364 (32%)
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