School concerns dominated the election results this year in Rangely with board members and two Mill Levies coming up for vote. The results this year are as follows:
Sam Tolley and Jason Cox will be taking the two top positions for the school board for the RE-4 school district.
In addition, with a 67% approval, Ballot 3A also passed. This measure was up for vote to give 2.6 mills for funding to the district's fund and will equate to a 706, 333 that will fund the ocal schools.
The second measure up for vote that passed was Measure 5A, which passed with an overwhelming 67% also, and was sponsored by the Western Rio Blanco Metropolitian Recreation and Park District and adds in 198,000 for athletics offered by the school.
For more on the election and more about what this means for the school, be sure to click here to read The Herald Times' article on the election.