(TNN) - Polls have been closed, and residents have made their voices heard in three local elections.
With 59 percent of the vote, Lawton residents approved a change to the 2016 Capital Improvement Program sales tax. Funds will be pulled from the tax for IT improvements and infrastructure improvements in the city to help bring new manufacturing businesses to the city.
Fletcher voters said “yes” to a proposed school bond with 98 percent of the vote. The $810,000 bond will be used to fix the elementary school’s leaky roof.
And Duncan residents voted to extend a half-cent sales tax that’s been in place since 1994. It passed with 67 of the vote.The money will be used to improve city streets, water conservation projects, and electric utilities distribution.