Midwest City-Del City school bond issue passes

After narrowly defeating a much larger bond proposal last year, voters in the Mid-Del school district gave approval to a $90.5 million bond measure Tuesday.

BY PAUL MONIES Modified: September 13, 2011 at 11:00 pm •  Published: September 13, 2011
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Other proposals

Several other central Oklahoma school districts held bond elections Tuesday:

• Voters in the Little Axe School District approved a $7.57 million bond proposition for school construction and repairs with almost 90 percent approval.

• Two bond propositions for Crescent Public Schools barely passed with the required 60 percent majority. One proposition for $5.93 million in school construction and repairs passed with 62 percent of the votes. A second proposition for $380,000 in transportation equipment passed with almost 66 percent approval.

• Voters in the Coyle School District approved a $4.38 million bond for school construction and repairs with 72 percent of the vote.

McLoud Public Schools won approval of a $1.6 million bond for school construction and repairs. The measure passed with 70 percent of the vote.

• The Meeker School District had a $1.03 million bond proposition for school construction approved with 305 votes in favor and 77 votes against, or almost 80 percent approval.

• Two propositions passed in the Oak Grove elementary school district. The first, for $45,000 in school repairs, received 85 percent of the vote. The second, for $80,000 in transportation equipment, passed with 84 percent approval.

CONTRIBUTING: Staff Writer Megan Rolland