- Police seek masked man who robbed downtown bank
- Two men shot, killed Wednesday on South 212th; at least one suspect flees | Upda...
- Enumclaw trainer Chris Stenslie enters Dontmesswithkitten in Longacres Mile | E...
- First retail sales taxes on recreational marijuana due Aug. 25 | Washington Depa...
- Enumclaw’s Forza sisters making their mark
- City of Enumclaw seeks opinions for road funding
- World record set in Railroad Days 10K fun run—by an 8-year-old
- Chief for a day: Snoqualmie Police honor boy, 6, battling illness
- About Us
- Legal Notices
Connect with Us
Coupeville School District levies passing with more than 60 percent voter approval
Two levies proposed by Coupeville School District are each passing tonight with more than 60 percent of the vote.
Both are renewal levies.
Initial results Tuesday night show the district's maintenance and operations levy is passing with more than 63.39 percent in favor of approval.
It will bring in an anticipated $2.24 million annually for four years.The technology levy is passing with 62.58 percent in favor.
This levy will bring in an anticipated $300,000 annually for four years.Initial results show voter turnout at 45.45 percent with about 3,400 ballots cast.
There are 7,212 registered voters district.The next ballot count is 4 p.m. Wednesday.The election will be certified Feb. 25.