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Camas School District seeks $100,000 levy for fine arts program

Camas

The Camas School District is asking the public to approve a $50,000 supplemental levy for each of the next two years to help fund the continuation of a fine arts music program.

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Camas School District seeks $500,000 levy

Camas

The Camas School District asks the public to pass a $250,000 supplemental levy for two years, from July 1,2017-June30, 2019. The money would help fund maintenance and operations costs.

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Gooding School District Seeks $1.3M levy

Gooding

Gooding School District asks the public to pass a $1.3 million two-year levy ($650,000 per year). Precincts in Gooding and Lincoln counties.

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Jerome School District seeks $1.3M levy

Jerome

Jerome School District asks the public to approve a 1.3M two-year levy ($650,000 for each year). Precincts in Jerome and Lincoln counties.

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Hansen School District $580K levy

Twin Falls

The Hansen School District is asking for a 580,000 two-year levy ($290,000 per year) -

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Murtaugh Joint School District $175,000 levy

Twin Falls

The Murtaugh Joint School District is asking for a $175,000 levy for 10 years. Precincts in both Twin Falls and Cassia counties.

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Twin Falls School District $8.5M levy

Twin Falls

The Twin Falls School District is asking the public to approve a $8.5 million supplemental levy.

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