(DONIPHAN COUNTY, Kan.)— Doniphan County, Kan. voters passed the Riverside USD 114 Capital Outlay levy Tuesday night.
Voters cast 332 Yes ballots (58%) compared 238 No ballots (42%).
The 3.6 mill capital outlay levy will be used for a four-year period.
Heading into the April 2 election, the school district was one of seven out of 286 Kansas school districts that did not have a capital outlay levy.
The district will re-visit the capital outlay need on a year-to-year basis.
For more information on what the capital outlay levy will mean, click the link here.
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