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Seattle Voters OK Bonds

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Amid a debate over the Seattle school district’s governance, early tallies last week showed local voters likely approved two school bonds, totaling $887 million, in a Feb 6. election. Meanwhile, a King County Superior Court judge on Feb. 2 rejected a petition to recall five of the Seattle school board’s seven members over their plans to close underenrolled schools. ("Seattle Schools’ Governance Under Fire," Feb. 7, 2007.)

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Vol. 26, Issue 23, Page 6

Published in Print: February 14, 2007, as Seattle Voters OK Bonds

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