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Posted: 12:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017

School bonds pass in Union, Jenks, Skiatook districts

Voter turnout low

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By Don Bishop

Voters approved school bonds in three districts Tuesday.

There's a catch though.

Voter turnout was low, but Union district voters gave the nod to spend $26-million for more classrooms, computers and software.

The money also will go for building a new elementary school opening this summer.

The passage won't increase taxes, but it will extend the time it takes to pay off the current tax.

Bond issues worth $10.4 million also passed in Jenks, while the Skiatook district also passed $19-million for technology and transportation.

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