Tuesday was the deadline to mail ballots for Washington’s school district levies…and both of the fiscal propositions offered by the White Salmon Valley School District were being approved after the initial count Tuesday night.
The district’s three-year replacement educational programs and operations levy was being approved by 61 percent of voters…1,273 to 806…while its capital levy for safety, technology, and infrastructure improvements was passing by a similar margin…1,213 to 748.
The Trout Lake School District’s three-year replacement enrichment levy was being approved 212 to 132…while a similar measure in the Lyle School District was also passing 372 to 341.
But in the Stevenson-Carson School District…its three-year enrichment levy was failing after the opening count…with 778 voting no and 745 voting yes.
Updated vote numbers in both Klickitat and Skamania counties will be released later today.