Cheney, Medical Lake school levies passing
While support has dropped compared to 2018, voters still viewing investments in schools as essential
Last updated 2/11/2021 at 4:19pm
WEST PLAINS — Cheney and Medical Lake school districts’ Educational Programs and Operations levies were passing with comfortable majorities on Tuesday night — but not quite as comfortable as similar levies three years ago.
According to Feb. 9 special election results from the Spokane County Elections Department, Cheney Public Schools’ Proposition 1 EP&O levy was passing with a 55.21 % yes vote, while Proposition 2, a Capital Facilities Levy, was receiving 57.68 % of the vote. In Medical Lake, Proposition 1 was ahead by a 56.33 % – 43.67 % margin.
By comparison, Cheney’s levy in...