Sioux Center voters approve $24.9M bond for new high school

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Voters in Sioux Center approved a $24.9 million bond for a new high school.

The unofficial results came in shortly after polls closed Tuesday night, revealing more than 76 percent of voters approved the bond, well above the 60 percent needed to pass.

The bond approval means the Sioux Center Community School District can move forward with plans to build a new $39.6 million dollar two-story high school.

The bond also means the average homeowner in Sioux Center will pay roughly $40 a year more in property taxes.

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