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Bond and Mill Levy Election History

Year Amount Purpose Information Votes

1904

$15,000 bond
5% interest
15 years

Erecting and furnishing a school building

 

55 Votes
47-Yes-
87%
8-No-13%

1919

$100,000 bond
5% interest

Addition to Littleton High School

665 students/15 teachers; $3,552,980 total value of taxable property

252 Votes
184-Yes-73%
78-No-27%

1935

$30,000 bond
3% interest

Erecting and furnishing a school building

929 students; $2,713,515 total value of taxable property

 

1960

$6,520,000

 

No records on election until bond sales

 

1965

$5,930,000-interest not to exceed max rate by law-25%

Goddard, Sandburg, Runyon, 2nd phase of AHS & HHS

2,473 Votes
2,342-Yes-95%
670-No-5%

 

Jan
1969

$7,2000,000
4.5% Interest

General Fund Notes to eliminate temporty borrowing, or the issuance of registered warrants and providing immediate availablity of general fund revenues for current fiscal year.

No Voting Information

 

Mar 1969

$5,500,000
4.5% interest
Increased mill levy estimated 11.2 over 5-6 years

Erecting and furnishing a school building

16,000 students (30,00 new expected, bldg space for 21,000) $1.00 increase for each 1,000 of assessed value.

 

1978

$17,290,000
interest not to exceed 6.9% for 21 years

Construction, equipping & furnishing new school bldgs & additions to existing bldgs, improving school grounds

34,365 registered voters

5,377 votes
3,601-Yes-67%
1,776-No-33%

1982

Budget Election

 

16.4% voted, no other records

 

1984

Bond Election

 

6.5% voted, no other records

 

1988

$3,000,000 budget election to offset deficit projected for 1990 & 1991

 

$1,026,830 eliminated from budget to offset deficit. Governor Lamm cut education by 2%. $68 dollar increase for taxpayers. 

20,762 votes
12,851-Yes-62%
7,911-No-38%
15.6% voted

1995 

$44,310,000 Bond

Capital improvements to extend life of buildings

 

25,493 votes
16,103 -Yes-63%
9,390-No-37% 

1997

$5,000,000 Mill Levy

Lowering class size, reinstating,improving programs, increasing teachers & staff

 

27,972 votes
15,060-Yes-53%
12,912-No-46%

1998

De-Brucing

No impact on taxes. To receive, retain & expend all revenue without limitation

 

36,884 votes
26,582-Yes-78%
10,301-No-22%

2002 

$85,440,000

Capital improvements to extend life of buildings

Increase $4.55 per $1,000,000 of assessed value

38,199 votes
28,061-Yes-68%
12,138-No-32%

2004 

$6.5 million

Mill levy election to maintain lower class sizes; assist the lowest performing students in reading, writing, math, science; provide students with access to art, music, and PE. 

Increase $3.86 per mo per $100,000 in assessed value 

49,335 votes
30,906-Yes-62.65%
18,429-No-37.35%

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