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Voters In the Lincoln-Consolidated School District Approve Bond Measure


The Lincoln-Consolidated School District has won voter approval to borrow up to 25-million dollars for facilities and security improvements.

The measure passed with over 59-percent of the vote. The result will be an increased tax levy in the district and the revenue generated will be used to repay the bond issue.

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