For the second time in less than two years, the Foothills Park & Recreation District has seen a bid to raise taxes defeated at the polls.
By a vote of 54.3 percent to 45.7 percent, district voters rejected a proposed 3-mill increase to a levy of 10.65 mills, which the district said was needed for capital repairs, equipment replacement, operational costs and maintenance.
The actual vote count was 8,163 opposed and 6,867 in favor, according to Foothills' website.
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