Lake Forest Park City Council votes to support Shoreline School District Bond Levy measure

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

At its regular meeting on January 26, 2017, the Lake Forest Park City Council voted to support the Shoreline School District’s bond issue, known as Proposition 1, on the February 14, 2017 special election ballot.

Prior to its vote of support, the Council held a public meeting to provide an opportunity for the public to communicate their opinions on the measure. 

Testimony was unanimously in favor of the measure (with one citizen speaking but not taking a position) and the Council later voted 6-0 (Councilmember Wright absent and excused) to adopt Resolution 1602, supporting Proposition 1.

If approved by the voters on February 14, Proposition 1 would fund a $250 million capital improvement program for schools and service centers within the Shoreline School District (District). The proposition would also authorize the District to levy property taxes to repay the bonds.

For questions about this measure, contact: Marla S. Miller, Deputy Superintendent, 206-393-4514, . Read the text of the proposed measure here on the King County Elections February 2017 special election measures page.

Ballot Measure Info



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