Dublin City Schools voters showed strong support Nov. 6 for a tax issue that will build new schools and maintain and improve existing structures.
According to unofficial final results from the Franklin, Delaware and Union counties boards of election the combination $195 million bond issue, 2-mill permanent-improvements levy and 5.9-mill operating levy on the general election ballot was approved with 21,936 votes (58 percent) for and 15,879 votes against (42 percent).
Superintendent Todd Hoadley said he is proud of the commitment the community made to the school district and its students.
During the campaign, the issue received strong support from Dubliin City Council, the Dublin Chamber of Commerce and the city’s business community.
“We are extremely humbled by the voting results and the commitment that this community has shown to its children,” Hoadley said.
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