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One of Two Ballot Measures Passes in Keota

Posted: Friday, August 23rd, 2013 at 6:23 am
Author: KCII News - Nathan Swenson

The Keota City Council approved one ballot measure for this November, and decided against another, at their meeting this week. The resolution that was passed will ask voters if they want to establish a Capital Improvements Reserve Fund, levying a tax for around 67 cents per thousand dollars of taxable valuation, to improve the town’s infrastructure.

The resolution that was turned down would have asked voters if they wanted to levy a 25 cent tax that would go to the Wilson Memorial Library. Councilman Keith Conrad says he expects more discussion on library funding in the future.