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Cache voters approve bond issues

UNDATED_Voters in Cache approved two bond issues Tuesday that will bring a little over $30 million worth of improvements to their schools. The first one covers the bulk of it, and would build a new fifth and sixth grade center, add 30 classrooms, and expand the high school cafeteria, among other projects. The proposition passed 539 to 137, well ahead of the 60 percent super-majority needed for approval.

The second measure is a $1 million bond to pay for new buses. That also passed easily, with 551 votes in favor, and 134 against. The proposals will not raise property taxes in Cache, as these bond issues will replace one that is due to expire.

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