The measure received just 46 percent of the vote, with 390 votes cast against of the bond, according to Wednesday morning’s final unofficial election results. It needed a supermajority to pass.
Property owners would have been charged about 83 cents per $1,000 of assessed property value, or about $10.38 a month for a house assessed at $150,000.
The district was to use these funds to fix and replace water lines to mitigate flooding, update computer equipment, and make energy improvements to the heating, ventilation and electricity systems.
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