Voters reject $600 million Edmonds School District bond
District will look to place new bond on ballot later this year
Last updated 2/20/2020 at 4:12pm
The six-year, $600 million Edmonds School District capital bond has failed, with just over 56% of voters supporting it, according to the latest results from the Feb. 11 special election.
A bond needs a 60% majority to pass in Washington state.
Voter turnout was a little over 31%, according to unofficial vote counts by Snohomish County Feb. 18. The overall Snohomish County turnout was 32.8%.
The bond, in addition to replacing College Place Middle School, would have replaced Oak Heights and Beverly elementary schools, and completed improvements to Spruce Elementary School.
It would have als...