Bill and Carolyn Reese note their voting with stickers at Lowell Scott Middle School. In a school district marked by school board controversy, voters in West Ada School District went to the polls today, Nov. 3, to vote on a $14 million-a-year supplemental levy for two years.
Bill and Carolyn Reese note their voting with stickers at Lowell Scott Middle School. In a school district marked by school board controversy, voters in West Ada School District went to the polls today, Nov. 3, to vote on a $14 million-a-year supplemental levy for two years. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Bill and Carolyn Reese note their voting with stickers at Lowell Scott Middle School. In a school district marked by school board controversy, voters in West Ada School District went to the polls today, Nov. 3, to vote on a $14 million-a-year supplemental levy for two years. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

Voters back West Ada levy

November 03, 2015 12:03 PM

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