[2/12/19] Levy Election Day

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Today is Election Day across Washington state, with many school districts putting levy proposals before voters.  In Chelan County, there are two proposals before Manson School District voters, one a replacement educational programs and operation, or EPO levy of $1.50 per thousand assessed valuation, the other a capital levy of 49-cents per thousand assessed. 

Waterville’s school district has similar levies; superintendent Tabatha Mires says its passage of its EPO levy is essential to insure the district stays running at current levels without any further cuts:

Also, Mires says Waterville’s capital projects levy of a dollar per thousand assessed is necessary to keep the district’s facilities and infrastructure up to date:

Ballots either have to carry a postmark no later than today to be counted, or be put in a ballot drop box before 8 p.m. tonight.